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LG Optimus Q and LG Optimus Net, Net10’s first Android phones

Posted by 5 October, 2011



Net10’s first Android phones LG Optimus Q and LG Optimus NetLG Optimus Q and LG Optimus Net will be the first Android handsets added to a mobile virtual network operator Net10, according to phones’ details found on Net10’s Android reserve page. Details about price and release date are lacking so, we can only judge against Straight Talk’s $179.99 price for LG Optimus Q, also announced a day ago.

LG Optimus Q and LG Optimus Net are very similar handsets with obvious difference in Optimus Net not having the slide out QWERTY keyboard. Both are running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 800MHz processors, have 3.2-inch HVGA touch screen displays, multitasking ability, Swype input method, 3-megapixel cameras, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, includes 4GB MicroSD card and more.

Also, both Android smartphones will be available with the carrier’s $50 unlimited talk, text and data plan and will run on either AT&T or T-Mobile’s Sprint’s network. Anyone interested can reserve the preferred handset on reserve.net10android.com.



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19 Responses to “LG Optimus Q and LG Optimus Net, Net10’s first Android phones”
  • Alex says:

    I Hearrd That Its On Tha Sprint NetWork.

  • Mark says:

    That’s for straight talk. Net10 is a whole different network. They have their own towers. Unlike straight talk, who uses pretty much everybody else’s towers. For example Some smart phones run on AT&T towers such as the Nokia E71 or the Nokia 6790 Surge, now as for the other regular basic phones such as the Samsung r451c or the LG 220C they run on Verizon or Tracfone towers, but now as for phones like LG 900G or the Samsung T340G then run on AT&T. Now as for the android phones, they run on sprint network. And sadly, sprint isn’t available in all areas, like my area for example. It doesn’t get no coverage whatsoever. BUT I do get net10 in my area, so that’s a major plus in my opinion :)

  • Crizzo says:

    so does the net 10 phone run on at&t is that what your saying srry it sounds dumb but i wanna kno for sure ?

  • Vance says:

    That’s gut I was going to buy two android phones but are town don’t have sprint towers

  • Jane says:

    DONT BUY THIS!! TERRIBLE!! NET10 sold these phones before they set up their network enabling Android service to work properly! iVE BEEN WITHOUT A PHONE FOR A WEEK BECAUSE THEY CANT GET THEM TO WORK!!!

  • Jane says:

    They dont work at all because the phone continually “deregisters” you have to call Net10 every 3 hours to have them “Reregister” the phones… My phone shut off and deregistered every single day since the day I bought it… had to call every day to have the incompetent customer service people reregister… only to have it happen again and again and again… even went up the chain of command to senior management… no one could make them work. THey finally admitted that they sold these phones before they had the service in place to make them work…!!!
    REDICULOUS!!

  • Tbaby says:

    i just called net10 they said the phones will be ran on the sprint network

  • Kene says:

    The phone seems to work well. The only issue are the customer service reps. They give very little effort to assist you regardless if you are talking to the India woman or the man-he’s worse. You will have to demand to speak to a supervisor in order to get anything done.

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