The LG Optimus One is now on AT&T and is known as the Phoenix. So far, all of the Optimus One phones have been the best in their category and have proven to be solid mid-range Android smartphones. AT&T has made their version of the Optimus One available as an on-contract phone, the Phoenix, as well as a prepaid phone, the Thrive. Does the Phoenix live up to the standard set by the other Optimus One phones? Find out in the full review.
The Phoenix ships with Android 2.2 but it does have a custom UI by LG. This UI isn't very heavy, so if you're not into overly invasive skins, the Phoenix will appeal to you. It's powered by a 600 MHz Qualcomm processor, is equipped with a 3.2-megapixel camera and supports AT&T's 3G network for data and web browsing.
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