LG’s Optimus One is primed and ready to hit T-Mobile – With Wi-Fi Calling of course
Over the weekend TmoNews has unearthed a One Sheet that shows off some of the features to be found on the LG Optimus One. In the past the Optimus One has shown its colors to be Magenta with an accessories sheet leak from T-Mobile. The leaks were the first peak at the future of the LG Optimus One. It looks as if that information is becoming a bit clear with this internal document from T-Mobile.
The document shows off the LG Optimus One and hints at key features that will make the average cell user interested to say the least. Let’s get the boring stuff out of the way first, the Optimus One will sport a 3.2 Inch Capacitive Touch screen, a 3.2 MP camera with video and auto focus functionality, a 1500 mAh battery, email client support, Google Maps, HTML Web Browsing and multi-touch. The Optimus One will fittingly be made available in three colors, and is being promoted as easier to use. Other features found on this One Sheet include some cool stuff as well. The Optimus One will be shipping with Android version 2.2 Froyo, which will allow the end users advanced security options, with a wipe feature, improved calendar sync, and even hotspot functionality. But the real kicker found on this document is the Optimus One’s ability to make phone calls over Wi-Fi. Yes that’s right, Wi-Fi calling. If you are a T-Mobile customer that lives in a dead zone, hold on t your britches. With this new device and its supposed UMA technology, you can make phone calls over a Wi-Fi connection. No guarantee on this however as the internal document could indeed be false and or simply turning out to not be true. However it is very likely T-Mobile customers that are rocking an Android device will have this capability in the near future.
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