The Nokia 500 was not the only device that appeared cool on the stand of Vodafone here at IFA this morning. We also managed to squeeze in some time with the Optimus Sol . The unit is reasonably smooth for the company seems to be framing a relatively low-end phone. At its center is a brilliant, brilliant 3.8-inch AMOLED display Super.
The Sol runs on Android 2.3 with a single-core processor running at 1 GHz – whose company points out should be good for those who do not do heavy work on the thing. He certainly handled that we could throw at it in our hands now. The handset is slim and light enough compared to the Optimus 2x , which outside the big four-inch display, seems quite similar. It should be very soon – some time later this month, most likely, for users of Vodafone Germany. A representative from LG, it should work out about € 300-contract.
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