Starting today (December 16th) and running right through December 24th, RadioShack has a trio of Android phones for free. First there’s the T-Mobile LG Optimus T: free with qualifying new or upgrade to 2-year agreement plus
LG has confirmed that the Verizon version of their Optimus One Android smartphone – the Verizon Vortex – will land on November 18; meanwhile, in just over a month, the company has shifted one million of the devices.
Popular talk and chat application Skype has just been updated to version 1.0.1, adding such lovely features as QVGA support and support for 320×240 resolution screens. This should pump up owners of Huawei IDEOS, LG Optimus
RadioShack is currently running a promotion where they are giving away the HTC Aria, LG Optimus S, and LG Optimus Android devices on a two-year contract.
Along with the much more hyped myTouch 4G, T-Mobile has also gone and released the LG Optimus T, Motorola Defy, and the T-Mobile Comet today.
The Motorola DEFY and the LG Optimus T are launching on T-Mobile November 3rd, but that’s not stopping Walmart from going ahead and pricing the devices on their own. And, as you could have probably guessed, it looks like
Despite the fact we already knew that every single one of these devices was on the way to T-Mobile soon, the Magenta carrier decided to go ahead and officially announce the devices the old-fashioned way: with a press release.
Officially speaking, LG’s Optimus T Android-based handset was announced on the 7th of October, so just a few weeks ago. Since then, there’s been a few other handsets heading to T-Mobile that have raked up just enough
T-Mobile USA has a new, low-cost smartphone intended for entry-level users, in the shape of the LG Optimus T. A 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen dominates the front and there’s a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back; a 2GB microSD