The LG Optimus M+ has launched as yet another affordable smartphone option at MetroPCS. The handset, which features a 3.5-inch display, 800MHz CPU, and Android 2.3, comes in at an easy to swallow $129.99. Lacking is access to Metro’s new 4G LTE network, but also absent is the premium price associated with it. The Optimus M+ comes as the followup to MetroPCS’s first Android phone the LG Optimus M, which launched back in 2010. Head over to the source link below for all the details.
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