LG Reveals Optimus T
LG today announced the Optimus T, its first smartphone for T-Mobile, and second Android phone for the US, following the Ally. The Optimus T sports Android version 2.2, including Google Voice Actions and Voice Search. The phone also includes a Wi-Fi personal hotspot feature, allowing several nearby Wi-Fi device to share the phone's T-Mobile 3G data connection. The front is graced with a 3.2-inch touch screen enhanced with Swype software for quick text entry. A 3-megapixel camera with auto-focus rounds out the key hardware features.
Verizon Debuts LG Optimus Zone 3 for Prepaid Plans
Verizon Wireless today revealed the LG Optimus Zone 3, an inexpensive Android handset for those who prefer prepaid services. This simple smartphone picks up where the 2014 Zone 2 left off.
Verizon Selling the LG K4 for $120
Verizon Wireless added the LG K4 to its smartphone roster today. The phone is available online for $120, or $5 per month on an installment plan.
Google's Pixel and Pixel XL Phones First to Include Google Assistant
Google today announced the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. These handsets supplant Google's Nexus line of smartphones and include Pixel-specific user interface elements and Google Assistant.
Google Brings Android Auto to Every Car via New Android App
Google today announced a new app for smartphones that gives everyone the opportunity to use Android Auto in their car. Android Auto has been available to select cars with in-dash screens for about two years.
Optimus S...Optimus T...
Any chance we'll see an Optimus V and an Optimus A?
arg at$t ruined the alphabet lol(that started at s =p)
There is an LG Android phone headed for Verizon. The specs are very similar to this one (maybe slightly better).
And it isn't a POS phone either. While its not a UBERPHONE, it is a good low or mid-range unit for those wanting to get into ...
Wait, T-Mobile took the wifi hotspot off of the G2
Don't worry, I'm only calling it crap because of it's manufacturer.
LG= Lots of Garbage
(that was as clever a play I could come up with)
My take on it is hspa+ w/ wifi hot spot= a lot of data consumed.
good news i bet someone over in xda will have that feature available once rooted(if that hasnt already happened).
I have no idea what T-Mo is thinking anymore.