Tag Archives: optimus

T-Mobile Launches LG Optimus T, Motorola Defy And T-Mobile Comet

Today is an exciting day in the world of T-Mobile.  Handsets are dropping, the network is popping and people are talking.  While the news of T-Mobile’s 4G marketing campaign and the launch of the myTouch4G are dominating headlines, we can’t forget that today marks the arrival of the T-Mobile Comet, Motorola Defy and LG Optimus T. The LG Optimus T, available for $29.99 after a $50 mail in rebate … [read full article]

LG Optimus Arriving November 3rd For $29.99

The third of November is shaping up to be quite the launch day for T-Mobile with the Motorola Defy, T-Mobile Comet, myTouch4Ginsertnewnamehere and now the LG Optimus T. Available for $29.99 the Optimus T will be a perfect little entry phone into the world of Android. With Wi-Fi calling on board, 3.2 megapixel camera and the typical slew of Google features this phone should see plenty of stockings come this holiday … [read full article]

LG Unveils The Optimus,

T-Mobile and LG have officially introduced the LG Optimus, an affordably priced and easy to use smartphone joining T-Mobile’s growing Android lineup. Equipped with a 3.2 megapixel camera, a pre-installed 2 GB microSD card, 3.2 capacitive touchscreen, the LG is perfect for those making the leap from feature-phone to smartphone. Running on Android 2.2 the Optimus may not have the pizzazz of the myTouch or the G2, but it certainly fits the bill for … [read full article]

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

Update: Remember, the dates listed are NOT the dates the phones will be received or sold, this is just an accessory list and the dates are when accessories for these devices will likely be shipping or received by stores! Well what do we have here, the golden ticket? No. So what is it? Well one of our super ninjas just made Christmas happen in September with some information regarding upcoming and future T-Mobile handsets. By … [read full article]

LG, Android, T-Mobile; Connecting the Dots

Now let’s be clear, everything that follows is, for the time being, speculation, but when the seemingly random placement of dots are connected, they sure do make a pretty picture.  LG and T-Mobile have not had a great relationship in the past, neither has LG and smartphones for that matter.  It has taken a while for LG to offer up some phones on T-Mobile, and their offerings were weak at best.  Don’t get me … [read full article]