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LG Optimus ONE coming TELUS in November


It looks like another Android device is going to be making its way over to TELUS this holiday season. The LG Optimus ONE has appeared on an LG site with the words “Coming Soon November 2010″. Specs on this Android OS 2.2 have it with a 3.2-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen (resolution of 320×480), a 600MHz processor, 3 megapixel camera (auto-focus and video capabilities), GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and holds up to 32GB with a microSD card. No word on price points or an official launch date.

Source: LG Canada

  • OriginalMuffins

    It’s funny how the name seems like it’s one high end phone, then you see the specs….
    STILL, it might be a good mid-range phone.

  • Andy C

    my lg eve is sitting in a drawer

  • Abe

    seems like a good mid range phone.

  • chickeee in Canada

    resolution of 320×480 Imagine having that for the next three years …

    • zorxd

      People still buy blackberries with resolutions very similar to 320×480. At least this phone should be cheaper.

    • sookster54

      Zorxd, and Blackberries still ships with 624MHz CPU, they have hardly changed in the psat 2 some odd years.

    • Thomas

      @Chickeee

      The screen is only 3.2 inches diameter, so 480×320 isn’t bad by any sorts. If the screen was 3.7 or 4.3, then there would be a problem.

  • rzz

    Though I can’t seem to confirm it anywhere, I’m assuming this device is NOT running the new Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core CPU that was supposed to make an appearance on LG’s Optimus line at some point in the 4th quarter. The LG site (and everywhere else) is pretty sparse on detailed specs as to what exactly the CPU/GPU are in this thing, seems fairly mid range, but the relatively low clock speed and resolution combined with 1500mAh battery should give it pretty good endurance, and it’s nice to see some more mid range consumer oriented phones shipping with 2.2 (which is quite a bit faster regardless of your hardware)

  • sookster54

    I have an LG Shine Plus, which isn’t a bad Android phone, the keyboard is a huge plus. After reading up on this device, the HVGA part disappoints me, the Shine Plus has a WVGA (480×800) and looks good compared to HVGA (my Moto Quench was 3.1 320×480) and Gingerbread is said to only work with HVGA and up if an update ever happens. However OS updates doesn’t seem to be a priority with LG, so keep aware of those two points.

  • Luke

    funny how many models look exactly liek they are trying to copy the iphone.

    p.s. I do not own a pda or iphone.

  • sookster54

    That looks nothing like an iPhone.

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