Earlier this year I started writing buyers’ guides for every carrier, and I intended to update them each month. Then I got fed up with the locked phones and service contracts that the carriers offered, so I ported my number to Google Voice, paid Verizon my $300 ETF, signed up for a pre-paid ... Read More »
Tagged #LG Optimus One
Republic Wireless, a division of Bandwidth.com, is finally unleashing their plan to revolutionize the mobile industry this morning. Republic Wireless is attempting to take advantage of Wi-Fi technology, which users are connected to about 60% of the time, to offer an unlimited talk, text, and web service for only $19 per month.
So how does ... Read More »
AT&T just announced two new devices for their ever-growing Android lineup. They’re the LG Thrive (right) and the LG Phoenix (left). Both phones are based on the LG Optimus One, the little popular device we can buy from every carrier that ever existed. The LG Thrive is AT&T’s first prepaid smartphone, it’ll be available for ... Read More »
How do you know if your brand new Android phone will ever be updated? Google continues to push out a major new version of Android every six months, but there is no way of telling (and no guarantee) that your device will ever receive a newer firmware than what it came with out of the box.
... Read More »
LG is continuing their rollout of their Optimus One line with the introduction of the LG Optimus M for Metro PCS. Like all the other Optimus One handsets, the Optimus M will feature Android 2.2, 3.2 inch capacitive HVGA display, 3MP camera, 600 MHz processor, and all the usuals like GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, and WiFi.
Metro PCS will ... Read More »
Today LG announced that their Optimus One has sold one million units in just 40 days, becoming the fastest selling handset in the company’s history. This Android 2.2 device can be found online for free (with contract) and is currently available on Sprint and T-Mobile and coming soon to U.S. Cellular and Verizon.
Normally we ... Read More »