T-Mobile’s finally priced and dated their LG Optimus T – the equivalent to Sprint’s LG Optimus S that we got our hands on not too long ago. According to their Facebook page, you’ll be able to grab the low-end Android up for $29.99 on November 3rd. (That’s $20 cheaper than the Sprint version.) And for $29.99 – if it’s anything like the Optimus S – you’re getting a very capable smartphone to start your Android career off with. It comes pre-installed with Android 2.2, a 3.2-megapixel camera, a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen, and a 600 MHz processor.
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