LG today launched LG Optimus One and LG Optimus Chic, two smartphones from the company's Optimus series of smart devices, powered by Android 2.2 (Froyo) and optimized for Google Mobile Services. Here is more info on the new LG Optimus Android smartphones:
LG Optimus One and LG Optimus Chic enable professionals to easily sync with Outlook Calendar for improved productivity, while offering portable Wi-Fi hotspots to easily share a single 3G connection. The devices are optimized for popular Google Mobile Services including Google Voice Search, Google Voice Actions, Google Goggles, Google Shopper and Google Maps with Navigation, and also offer access to Android Market with more than 80,000 applications.
LG Optimus One features a camera with face tracking and smile shot, a 3.2? wide HVGA screen and a long-lasting 1500mAh capacity battery.
LG Optimus Chic?s, curved lines provide a solid grip and the two-color variants make the smartphone as stylish as the person carrying it. LG Optimus Chic?s touch-sensitive buttons complete the device?s sleek and minimalist look. LG Optimus Chic also offers a unique on-screen phone feature which allows users to remotely control the device from their PCs. Plus, via LG Air Sync, it keeps users up-to-date with its ability to wirelessly sync contacts, photos and other vital information with computer and cloud database. Compatible with DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), multimedia content can easily be shared with other DLNA certified devices such as TVs, AV systems and laptop computers.
LG Optimus One will be available in over 90 countries via 120 partners. It will arrive in most of Europe in October followed by other EMEA and Asia-Pacific countries. LG Optimus Chic will be available in Europe starting in November with other markets in Asia-Pacific to follow soon after.