Fancy owning a phone that suits your budget to a T? OK, bad jokes aside, T-Mobile has your bank balance in mind (as in preserving as much of it as possible) with the new budget-minded LG Optimus T Android-powered smartphone. You won’t find its features to be so lacking that the handset itself is a huge turn-off – no sir, a 3.2-inch touchscreen display with Swype, a 3.2-megapixel camera with video recording capabilities and Android 2.2 from the get go does seem like a decent combination. Meant to fill up the niche for those who are making the jump from a regular handset to a smartphone, the Optimus T lets you speak to it for control thanks to Voice Actions for Android, where among the tasks that can be completed include sending text messages and email, listening to music, calling contacts, searching Google, getting directions or going to a website.
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