LG P500 Optimus One Review - LG mobile phones began to seriously strengthen the Optimus. Earlier this year, LG P500 Optimus One enliven competition Android OS-based mobile phone market. Froyo aka Android is version 2.2 which will be the LG family of Optimus. Little improvement in the sector and the addition of various user interface features make it feel more refreshed than its predecessor.
LG P500 Optimus One is still relying on the stem form factor with wide screen. But, unlike the original Optimus LG stylish look, now the successor feels more compact. In fact, at first glance the design of Optimus One feels tail shape Nexus. Rounded contours at the bottom of the body and eliminating sharp corners rectangle is characteristic.
In the grip, the weight of LG Optimus One is quite heavy. Perhaps because the portion of metal material that forms the body of this phone enough to dominate. Beyond that, the rear casing coated with Teflon-like finish that feels rough. As a result, mobile phones so it is not slippery when in hand.
One Optimus screen coating component has maintained quality as glass made from solid nan. This is natural considering this phone input method relies on a touch interface. Feels superior to display some other touch screen phone that feels very 'plastic' and soft when pressed.
LG pinned four physical buttons on the bottom of the screen. At the end of the left and right each have the menu button and search. While in the middle there are two buttons (home and back) is surrounded by chrome trim color.
The rest, the makeup of this phone is relatively simple. You will only find the volume buttons on the right side of the body. So embedded 3.5 mm audio port in the left upper body and the power button / lock at a right angle. And the micro USB slot pengecasan and data transfer via a data cable.