Mobile phone network that’s the other part of Everything Everywhere has announced it will take stock of the latest LG handset, when the phone arrives in March.
T-Mobile is the first network to make public it will be carrying the LG Optimus Black mobile phone, which will arrive running Android ‘Froyo’ 2.2, although the phone is capable of supporting Android ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3.
LG’s Optimus Black tips up with a slim 9.2mm chassis, a tad thinner than the 9.3mm dimensions of the iPhone 4. It has a much larger 4-inch screen, which is based around the bright Nova display technology that delivers a crisp and clear image.
LG’s Optimus Black’s screen also uses twice as less power as AMOLED screens and half as much as the traditional LCD screens, which in turn aids the longevity of the battery life of the handset.
The screen is LG’s own tech, which boasts 700 nits of brightest - where a nit is a unit of luminance equal to 1 candela per square metre, making this one of the brightness screens seen on a mobile phone and even in strong sunlight.
No tariff details or prices have been announced by T-Mobile relating to the LG Optimus Black, although One Mobile Ring expects the handset will arrive with them at around £35.75 a month.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com