LG Optimus Hub Review and Specs
One of LG’s smart phones that bring quite good response in the market is LG Optimus Hub. The market seems quite satisfied with its emergence. Despite it is a mid-range smart phone, there might be something that makes it quite attractive for the consumers. LG Optimus Hub is also known as LG Univa or LG E510. The other name that attached to LG Optimus Hub is LG Optimus Two. It is because LG has already released LG Optimus One and LG Optimus Hub is the next version of LG Optimus one that have been improved from its first version.
LG Optimus Hub arrived with its mid-range specification. Though it is mid-range smart phone, it is a mid-range smart phone with a good quality. It measures 4.46”x2.39”x0.45” and weigh 123 g. It is quite light, though it seems quite thick. Most of the latest smart phone comes with not more than 0.4” or 10mm. It makes LG Optimus Hub seems rather thick. As its OS, Android 2.3 Gingerbread filled in it to give it a good performance. Single-core processor comes with 800MHz ARM v6 and 512MB RAM to support its performance with Qualcomm MSM7227T. In the internal memory we will find that LG Optimus Hub only has 150MB as built-in storage, but no need to be worry. It is available with card slot that can be added up to 32 GB external memory. We will only find single camera in this smart phone that lay on the back with 5 MP. The battery comes with 1500 mAh capacity that provides us talk-time up to 6 hours. Display screen is available with TFT capacitive touchscreen with 256K colors. It is 3.5 inches display with 320×480 pixels integrated with Gorilla glass display, a good display technology in mid-range class.
LG Optimus Hub is announced simultaneously with the other LG’s smart phone product on September 2011 and will be available in the market on October 2011. We can find LG Optimus Hub cost approximately $239.50.