LG Optimus Me hands-on review
Which? gives the LG Optimus Me affordable Android smartphone the once over before we send it off to our lab.
Like other Android smartphones it has access to hundreds of thousands of apps through the Android Market and although it runs Froyo, rather than the latest version of the operating system – Gingerbread – there’s not much difference between the two.
The low cost of the handset is reflected in its fairly small and low resolution screen. Measuring just 2.8-inches and with a resolution of just 320×240 pixels, it can’t compare with the screens on premium phones such as the iPhone 4 or Samsung Galaxy S II, although it’s fairly standard for its price.
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