LG's Optimus One has managed to invade just about every carrier here in the U.S. over the past six months or so, with one notable exception: AT&T. That may finally be changing soon, though, as the folks at Pocketnow have just revealed an AT&T-branded LG Optimus One, which looks just a bit like a mashup of an Optimus M and Optimus T. There's no word on what this device will be called when it launches, but considering that almost every other device is called "Optimus _," I wouldn't be shocked if ATT's version were named "Optimus A."
We've been wondering when AT&T would be launching its own Optimus One variant and, while it may be coming to market later than every other carrier's model, it'll still be good to see ATT's version arrive. Although the Optimus One isn't a high-end handset by any means, it is a pretty decent Android-powered smartphone, especially when you consider that most carriers are offering the device for $50 or less with a two-year contract. Plus, it's always good to see another Android phone added to AT&T's growing lineup. What do you all think of ATT's Optimus One? Anyone thinking about picking one up?