LG Optimus Q is a phone that was brought out by LG in the year 2010. It works on CDMA/ EVDO technology and does not support EDGE and GPRS. Since it is not a GSM device, therefore it would not work on any of the GSM networks. You will have to insert a mini CDMA SIM card in it to make it function. The phone was announced in April 2010 and released in May 2010. It is still available in markets for people to buy.
Body and Display:
It has the dimensions of 4.68 x 2.24 x 0.56 inches and weighs 157 grams. The screen of the phone is a TFT capacitive touchscreen that has 256 k colors and 51.5% screen to body ratio. You have to insert a mini SIM card in the phone to make it function. The users are provided with a QWERTY keypad in the phone that helps them to type effortlessly. The pixel density of the screen is 267 ppi. The screen of the phone is protected by a corning gorilla glass that does not break easily and protects the display of the phone.
Memory and Platform:
The internal memory provided to the users is 3 GB. You may store a considerable amount of data in such a storage space. However, you are also given an option to insert the MicroSD card of up to 32 GB. It functions on Android v.2.1. Éclair, which can be upgraded to v.2.2 Froyo. The phone has the processor of 1 GHz Scorpio.
- LG Optimus Q (Unlocked Quadband Android) GSM Cell Phone
- Trevel Charger
- User Manual