AT&T’s postpaid (as in, sold with contracts) version of LG’s Optimus One, the LG Phoenix, has only been announced one week ago, yet it’s being heavily discounted already. That’s very good news for the prospective Android smartphone owner, as the LG Phoenix is now sold by Amazon for just one cent ($0.01).
To get the device for that price, you’ll need to sign a new two-year service agreement with AT&T. The smartphone’s ‘normal’ price (read:what AT&T asks for it) is $49.99, with the same 2-year contract, so going the Amazon way will in this case save you almost $50.
And you’ll be getting a pretty decent midrange Android smartphone, for you, or perhaps for someone who’s just now becoming interested in smartphones and wants to take it slow and not jump straight at the Atrix 4G or the iPhone.
If you’re interested, this is the link to click. Just keep in mind that there’s no telling how long this offer will last. It’s there right now, but it may not be tomorrow.
The LG Phoenix has a 3.2-inch HVGA (480×320) capacitive touchscreen, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 3.2 MP camera, a 600 MHz processor, a microSD card slot with a 2 GB card preinstalled, and a 3.5 mm headset jack. The phone runs Android 2.2 Froyo.
Via Android Central
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