Vortex swirling around Verizon could be the LG Optimus One

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Vortex swirling around Verizon could be the LG Optimus One
The other day we reported to you from LG's Optimus event, about the introduction of the Optimus One. The device is an entry level Android phone as despite being launched with Froyo out-of-the-box, the handset has a rather pedestrian 3.2 inch HVGA display and a 600 MHz processor under the hood. On the back of the device is the 3MP camera with AF.

The interesting thing about these specs is that they match up perfectly with the rumored specifications of the LG Vortex, which is spinning its way to Verizon as you can see from this picture. 2+2 equals 4 which is why we can make the case that the Vortex is Verizon's version of the Optimus One.

As we told you, the latter device appeared on a leaked T-Mobile accessories list last week with a launch date of November 1st, so Verizon customers could see the CDMA variant in the stores during the upcoming holiday season.

LG Optimus One Specifications

source: TheDroidGuy




Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

Another 3.2 inch screen......come on LG.

2. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

why would they do this with the Ally about to get Froyo? just to corner Verizon's midrange handsets with a candybar and a qwerty packer?

3. derp unregistered

lg make the smartest phones of all. they all shut off when they want to. its like they have a mind of their own.

4. Poppa Snatch unregistered

LG makes superb feature phones. Smart phones...not so much.

5. VickyKELLER20 unregistered

I guess that to get the mortgage loans from banks you ought to present a good reason. Nevertheless, once I have received a commercial loan, just because I was willing to buy a building.

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