By Evan Blass | September 14, 2010 8:25 AM
As promised, LG has finally revealed the complete spec sheets for its low- to mid-range Optimus One (pictured left) and Optimus Chic (pictured right) Android handsets. Nothing about these two Froyo-powered devices will excite the discriminating smartphone consumer, with feature sets that will likely demand no more than entry level prices when both models hit Europe this fall (the One in October and the Chic starting in November).
Luckily for the weary tech journalist, the differnces between these two models is mostly aesthetic, save for a slightly more capacious battery in the One but better camera in the Chic (five versus three megapixels). Both models sport a 600MHz processor, 3.2-inch capacitive display with HVGA resolution (320 x 480), and come bundled with 2GB microSD cards to supplement the almost non-existent built-in storage. Neither the Optimus Chic nor the Optimus One have been priced yet.