Review: LG Optimus T
Nov 10, 2010, 1:21 AM by Philip Berne
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The LG Optimus T offers a full-fledged Android 2.2 handset in a compact package for a very low starting price. With so many inexpensive Android phones hitting the market in time for the holiday shopping season, the Optimus T has some stiff competition, but for such a small phone it packs some surprising features.
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