Optimus has just announced the availability of the LG Maximo One, another Android device designed to expand the portfolio of smartphones of the Portuguese operator.
With arrival at national stores scheduled for tomorrow, November 5, the company highlights the price of the equipment, which it presents as the “first Android 2.2 with a price below 200 euros”, reads in the statement.
THE smartphone, one of the few in the national market to be marketed with the latest version of the mobile operating system promoted by Google already installed, will cost 179.99 euros. The company therefore hopes to take another step towards “democratizing access to the smartphone market in Portugal”, an objective pointed out by the various operators, who seek to encourage the use of phones as a platform for data traffic.
Optimus’ latest bet features the usual focus on the touch screen (which dominates the device and does not require a physical keyboard) and privileged access to online services such as email, social networks and instant messaging.
With the new version of the operating system system, it is also possible to store applications on the memory card and support for Flash in Web browsing, expanding the range of pages with a satisfactory view through the mobile platform.
Advanced hardware features include a 3-megapixel camera with auto-focus, Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 2.1 and A-GPS.