Abiding by its strong ecological commitment, Sprint has rolled out another eco-conscious handset, much to the delight of green-loving Android lovers. This time it is the LG Optimus Elite, which promises to be a perfect choice for both the mid-range Android customers and the environment enthusiasts. The phone comes with am UL Environment Platinum Certification for its eco-friendly properties.
Sprint’s LG Optimus Elite sports mundane affairs, except for a surprise NFC feature. On the display side it has a 3.5 -inch TFT capacitive touch screen featuring a resolution of 320×480 pixels. Under the hood, the phone has an 800MHz processor and 512 RAM running on the Android 2.3.
It also has an impressive inbuilt storage of 4GB, with surprisingly much of the space unutilized. A microSD card slot allows it to extend up to 32GB. It also has a rear facing camera touting a 5MP on the cards, but its quality is not something to write home about.
As any of the budget Android devices, it has 3G, Bluetooth, and WiFi 802.11 b/g/n with a Mobile Hotspot capability linking up to 5 Wi-Fi devices.
But commendable is the NFC feature attached to the phone that can make you a no-less among the iPhone-toting friends. Another laudable feature is its 1520 mAh battery that can hang around for 7.3 hours on talk mode.
This means you can have latest features without harming the environment. Sprint announced that LG Optimus Elite has its shell made from 50 percent recycled plastics, a phone destitute of harmful substances and an energy efficient charger. The Sprint LG Optimus Elite will be a worthy phone from the carrier after the Samsung Replenish.