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Google's phone site shows the LG Optimus Black as part of Sprint's lineup

0. phoneArena 02 Aug 2011, 11:29 posted on

Checking out Google’s phone web site and filtering things down to Sprint’s selection, we find the LG Optimus Black included with the current lineup – showing further proof that Sprint is actually going to get it. Furthermore...

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posted on 02 Aug 2011, 13:43

1. micolindania (unregistered)


I own this phone. It has very good battery life (two days of normal use, and 3 days with light usage) and a fabulous screen, perfect on daylight.

posted on 02 Aug 2011, 17:11 1

2. ltr (unregistered)


I dont understand the appeal of this phone.

The only selling point is a really nice screen.

I read reviews of the GSM version, its pretty average. I notice that most of the reviews complain about call quality. I hope Sprint can fix that.

posted on 02 Aug 2011, 17:45

3. jtype (unregistered)


as a customer and critic of sprint i think this is a great addition to their lineup. its not the technical beast that the galaxy s 2 is but its a great alternative if the gs2 "variant" ends up being butchered as sprint has been known to do. or for those that are plain sick of waiting. i just want something thinner, lighter and better battery life than my evo and this phone looks to fill that void nicely. i like this design better than the hero 4g.

posted on 02 Aug 2011, 18:18

4. HTC (unregistered)


Too little too late.. Just like the GSII, it's old.

posted on 02 Aug 2011, 21:37

5. ltr (unregistered)


I wouldnt be surprised if this phone starts out around $100 with contract.

Its true its not a Galaxy, but at least it fits in above the regular Optimus and maybe the echo.

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