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Your easy to digest guide to LG's tech-heavy smartphone.
LG has pulled out all the stops for the brilliant Optimus Black. With Android onboard, an energy efficient, brilliant four-inch touchscreen, a five megapixel camera and cute as a button compact dimensions, it's a phone that excels in every department. And at just 9.2mm thick, it's one of the slimmest, trimmest smartphones around.
Smartphone displays don't come much better than the Optimus Black's brilliant, expansive touchscreen. Measuring a whopping four inches and capable delivering pin-sharp images, it's the first thing you notice about this truly stellar bit of a kit. And best of all is it uses much less power than the battery-hungry screens that feature on some other handsets.
The Optimus Black excels when it comes to imaging capabilities too. The rear mounted five megapixel camera takes great snaps every time. And it's just as impressive at video recording. There's also a secondary camera for video calling to bring you even closer to your nearest and dearest.
As with all Android phones, the Optimus Black is also terrific for apps. There's a massive range to choose from at the Android Market, whether your thing is games or more practical applications. And to get you started there are some fantastic apps pre-installed, including Facebook and YouTube.
Other features of this excellent handset include one-touch access to mails, messages and missed calls when the screen is locked, support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS and a web browser and media player to keep you entertained.