LG Optimus Me P350 traverses the entry-level Android segment

LG Optimus Me P350 traverses the entry-level Android segment
The LG Optimus One and its various brothers and sisters have seemingly taken hold of the entry-level market primarily due to their well rounded performance, inexpensive cost, and inclusion of Android 2.2 Froyo. It's equally impressive because when the handsets were released, there were still very few devices running Froyo and being sold for dirt cheap – not to mention that they were built solidly.

Anyways, LG decided to let the cat out of the bag just a tad bit earlier as they announced the LG Optimus Me P350 which is positioned to be yet another basic Android smartphone. Granted that we're presented with a rendered image of the upcoming device, which should make its official debut at MWC, the Korean based company withheld some of the specifications regarding the handset. Taking a quick peek at the photo, the screen size should fall in somewhere between 2.8” to 3” and offer QVGA (240 x 320) resolution since it's placed in the low-end of the spectrum. Moreover, it's unknown as to what version of Android it'll be running, but we'd expect Froyo at the very least.

However, LG notes that the handset will feature a 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, 1,500 mAh battery, 140MB of internal storage, microSD card slot, and will be available in a variety of colors to choose from. So far, the LG Optimus Me is looking to be a successor to the Optimus One, but it's hard to say for sure since the Optimus One is still relatively new. Nonetheless, expect more information around MWC.

via Unwired View


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