LG and Sprint have come together to announce the LG Optimus Elite, an eco-friendly Android smartphone for those on a budget. This device doesn’t exactly set the world on fire in more ways than one. (Yes, that was cheesy.) It has an 800MHz processor, a 5 megapixel camera, NFC capabilities, a 3.5 inch display and more. Not great, but not bad for $30 with a new two-year agreement. The device is set to launch May 18th. Head to the source link for press details and more information regarding its environment-friendly qualities. [Sprint]
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