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LG Optimus Me Mobile Review

This is a guest post from Simon about the advantages of LG Optimus Me.

The Optimus Me is an affordable alternative to LG's other Optimus handsets, such as the Optimus 2X and Optimus Black, and looks set to be the most affordable Android smartphone released in this half of 2011. Running on Android Froyo the Optimus Me comes with an impressive array of entertainment and messaging features to offer a similar high quality experience found on its more high profile counterparts.

With a 2.8" touchscreen the Optimus Me is smaller than most other Optimus phones and most touchscreen handsets in general. This is ideal for people looking for a touchscreen phone but not too keen on the many oversized handsets that are a burden on pockets. While the screen may be of a smaller size it is still roomy enough to enjoy video content and put good use of the web features available.

Wi-Fi and 3G are both available with this handset so that you can get online whenever you need to, and with YouTube support and social networking integration you can be enjoying your favourite online activities. The Optimus Me also features an excellent media player with 32GB available with microSD cards and an FM radio present for additional entertainment value. It comes with a 3.15 megapixel camera with video support and you can also upload photos to share on your Facebook profile.

The Optimus Me is a nice addition to the touchscreen market which is increasingly being filled with supersized high end devices that for many people are not comfortable to carry or use. The Optimus Me is much more pleasantly sized for most people and while it still offers a good range of features like its more high profile contemporaries it comes with a much more affordable price tag. The Optimus Me is expected to go on release in the United Kingdom at the end of March with Orange as a confirmed network supporting it.



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