The LG Optimus Black is one of the best new Android devices unveiled at CES 2011. It has a 5 MP camera and a 4 inch Nova display.
LG Mobile Phones
Are you an LG devotee? Do you have a loyalty to the LG style of phones that come to market because of their reliability and performance? Are you on the lookout for a new mobile and like what you hear and see about LG? Or maybe you are simply browsing many makes and models of mobile? If so, welcome to the LG Channel here at Bright Hub…
As one of the largest and most popular providers of mobile phone technologies, LG is a forerunner for mobile communication and innovation. LG mobile phones and accessories have shaped the industry for years, and continue to do so. Now with impressive offerings such as the InTouch, Pop and Chocolate camera and touch phones, there is an abundance of choice in the LG portfolio that caters to every mobile users needs. For the novice to the expert, here we help you get the most from LG as a professional and social organizer, and as a mobile communications manufacturer.
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Perhaps the hottest Android smartphone on show at CES 2011, the LG Optimus 2X is worth getting excited about. Find out why in this review.
The LG GS170 is a simple clamshell GSM mobile that doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles. However, it offers a one-touch speakerphone, a VGA camera, large and visible keys, MP3 ringtone capabilities, Bluetooth 2.1, e-mail, SMS and MMS messaging.
LG has done a fantastic job with entry level smartphones in the U.S. market. The LG Optimus U is no exception, being offered through U.S. Cellular. Coming preloaded with Android 2.2 and featuring a solid design, the LG Optimus U is a great addition to the entry level market.
The LG Octane is almost a successor to the LG EnV series of phones. Featuring a very similar look and feel, the Octane is a sturdy and solid messaging phone. However, does the bulky keyboard cause it to fall flat?
The LG Cosmos Touch is the touchscreen follow up to the LG Cosmos on Verizon Wireless. Priced in at $79.99 on a two year contract, the LG Cosmos Touch is aimed at the entry level market. But in a competitive U.S. market, is the LG Cosmos Touch worth it? Read on to find out!
Find out what kind of features the new LG Apex smartphone from U.S. Cellular has. Read this full and detailed review of this smartphone and find out if it’s worth investing in.
Released in May, 2010, the LG Ally was the first LG Android handset to hit the U.S. Featuring some lower end specs for entry level customers and a physical QWERTY keyboard, the LG Ally is a solid phone. But does it have what it takes to really break into the U.S. market?
The LG Optimus M is the first ever Android powered handset to arrive on MetroPCS. With a price of $230 with a no contract $50 monthly plan, does the Optimus have what it takes to target and grab entry level smartphone customers?
The LG Quantum (Optimus 7Q) is a very capable phone which runs Windows Phone 7. It offers superb hardware, a nice camera and a QWERTY sliding keyboard.
The LG Vortex is powered by the Android 2.2 operating system. It has a 3.2 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth functions and makes a good entry level device for first time smartphone owners.
The LG Optimus S is an entry level smartphone from Sprint. Priced at $50 with a two year contract, the LG Optimus is an affordable, not cheap, smartphone addition to the entry level market. Can the LG Optimus S compete in a highly competitive smartphone market?
The Optimus T is an entry level smartphone from LG and T-Mobile. LG has been trying to enter the competitive smartphone market and it seems they’re making their rise slowly with the Optimus series. The Optimus T is their attempt to capture the entry level market. Can the it compete?