LG Optimus Hub
LG Optimus Hub Review:
LG is not that much famous as Nokia and Samsung are in mobile production but still the company is fighting for a place on the top. It is gathering all its expertise efforts in order to prepare a gadget of its class to rock the mobile industry for instance. The latest star from LG has already hit the market in October 2011 and is rocking the Smartphone market with its smart design and high quality features. The company has given it the name of LG Optimus Hub as it is the master piece of technology stuffed into a stunning body.
With its 3.5 inches TFT capacitive touch screen and Android v2.3.4 (Gingerbread) operating system running on an 800 MHz ARM v6 processor and Adreno 200 GPU, it is definitely going to make a difference. This is a midrange priced and mid featured Smartphone also having a 5MP camera, internet browser, FM radio, music player and games integrated in it. LG Optimus Hub supports GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. What really marks the difference between this and other LG models is that it has social media tools integrated in it to keep you in touch with your friends and family without a glitch. The document viewer and editor make sure that you manage your office work on your mobile too. The camera in LG Optimus Hub has face and smile detection, Beauty Shot and auto-focus that make sure that you get sharp beautiful pictures whenever you say “cheese”. The memory in LG Optimus Hub is mainly dependent on external memory along with internal memory being only 150 MB and 512 MB Ram and a 2 GB card is also included with this phone which can be replaced with the card of limited up to 32 GB.
The truth is that nothing is perfect in this world, even the technology has to face the criticism as well. Relating the conversation, LG Optimus Hub too has drawbacks that are worth to mention here. Starting with camera, it lacks flash and because of that the photography in night or low light would become dim and dumb. The pixel density screen below 180ppi is a low configured feature. The video capturing is also in low resolution mode which doesn’t fully satisfy your photographic passion.
The Bottom Line
On the whole, LG Optimus Hub is a nice phone in a balanced price range making it one of the best communications produced by LG.