LG Optimus S

Last updated: Nov 16th, 2010.

The LG Optimus S is LG's first Android phone in collaboration with Sprint. Sprint is looking to market this as a super affordable Android device. It will cost only 50.00 after rebates. It has a 3.2 inch touchscreen, a 600 Mhz processor, a 3.15 MP camera, and more. It does run stock Android as per Sprint's request.

Perhaps the most unique thing about this phone is that it is one of three new phones that will be using the new Sprint ID. What this is, is an interface that allows you to automatically customize your home screen with widgets and apps that relate to the particular ID you have chosen.

For instance, sports fans can download the ESPN and get apps, widgets, wallpapers and more tailored to those who love sports without having to find it all themselves in the Android market. It's a unique feature that is a great marketing bulletpoint for anyone looking for a new, affordable phone that is easy to set up.

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Shareware Site Tucows Launches Cheap Wireless Service in Conjunction With Sprint

The folks at Tucows, who were once known for their applications (free, shareware or otherwise) repository for desktop operating systems are looking to introduce a new venture that’s interesting, to say the least. With the help of Sprint they have launched Ting, a pay-as-you-go service that gives users extremely good value compared to other PAYG …

Sprint Temporarily Suspends Gingerbread Update for LG Optimus S

In what is normally a joyous occasion in the Android community has turned into a nightmare for some. Apparently, LG Optimus S owners who have recently updated their device to Android 2.3 Gingerbread have been reporting more bugs and issues than you can shake a stick at (that means a lot). Sprint has officially acknowledged …

LG Optimus S Gets Android 2.3 Update

Won’t be long before Froyo is obsolete. Sprint has released Android 2.3 for the LG Optimus S (which, if you didn’t know, is their version of the LG Optimus One). Sprint’s version of the phone is a slightly modified version of stock Android so you can expect the stock Gingerbread look that has really grown …

Things We Missed, You Shouldn’t [Feb. 8th]

The DROID Eris has been brought to life, Toshiba’s gearing up to tease their Honeycomb tablet, and Lego ROMs are gracing your LG Optimus S. These are things we missed that we didn’t have time to throw up on the front page, so be sure to go through the list and see if you can …

LG Optimus S Gets a Custom ROM

Who says every phone doesn’t get some after-market love? A pair of developers over at AC have whipped up one of the first custom ROMs for Sprint’s LG Optimus S, and while it doesn’t add much to the experience, there’s nothing like freeing yourself from thecarrier-induced chains that normally come with Android phones these days. …

Holiday Androids: Sprint Has The Entire Spectrum [SPONSORED POST]

If you haven’t noticed, Sprint has been a great partner with us in kicking off the holiday season and I wanted to take a moment to tip my hat to their Android lineup. They’ve truly got a GREAT selection of Android devices that spread the entire spectrum. Whether you’re a brand new smartphone user looking …

LG Optimus S for Sprint Receives Maintenance Update

The LG Optimus S — Sprint’s version of the device that is pulling a Samsung and dropping on carriers everywhere — has been issued a maintenance update bringing the software version of the handset to LS670ZV9. The update contains the normal bug fixes and enhancements, but adds in one key feature: Swype. The software keyboard …

Android Phones for Only a Dollar Part of Best Buy Black Friday Sale

The day shoppers love to hate is quickly approaching, and smartphones, tablets, and Android goodies are poised to be a big hit when Santa comes storming down those chimneys. Best Buy is gearing up for their Black Friday sale with several Android deals that are sure to move some phones off the shelves.For only a …