Top LG phones

A guide to the best LG mobile phones on the market

LG is best known for producing a capable range of budget and entry level mobile phones, such as the excellent LG Optimus One. However, the emergence of the Android operating system has seen the company commit to producing a number of high-end flagship devices, headed by the first smartphone to be powered by a dual-core processor, the LG Optimus 2X. We round-up the best LG mobile phones on the market.

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LG Optimus One

The LG Optimus One may well be the best budget Android smartphone on the Australian market. A responsive capacitive touchscreen and the latest version of the Android OS combined with decent physical hardware make it great value for money.

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  • Reviewer:
  • Manufacturer:
  • 17th Nov., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • LG
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  • Price:
  • Pros:
  • Low price
  • Good screen and design
  • Latest version of Android
  • Cons:
  • Thin volume keys
  • No Flash support
  • Mediocre camera

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