Virgin Mobile’s LG Optimus Slider is the successor to LG Optimus V, which is an entry-level, competitively priced Android device. Therefore, the Slider is somewhat like the V with a little more junk in the trunk.
The smartphone is great for people who text all day and want a no-contract device. With four rows of sized keys and navigational arrows (home, menu, back, and search), the phone lets you text like a fiend. The keyboard includes a shortcut button for emoticons and a ".com" button for typing in Web sites. The LG Optimus Slider boasts 3.2-inch touch screen and 3.2-megapixel camera, which comes with a few editing features: five white-balance modes, a 4x digital zoom, four focus options and ISO choices.
The LG Optimus Slider weighs only 5.11 ounces. A volume rocker and a Micro-USB port are one the left side. The 3.5 headphone jack is up top. The phone runs on an 800MHz processor, preloaded with some Google apps like Gmail, Maps with Navigation and others like Messenger and Plus.
The LG Optimus Slider is the successor to early 2011's LG Optimus V, which was launched last January.
The LG Optimus Slider features a spacious keyboard and a responsive touch screen. However, camera quality is poor.
The phone’s camera features a 4x digital zoom, white-balance modes, focus options, photo sizes, photo qualities, color effects, and ISO choices.
The handset features a four-row QWERTY slide-out keyboard. The keyboard is roomy with large, well-separated plastic keys.
The LG Optimus Slider has a four-row keyboard with spacious buttons. It is easy to type long messages on the Slider.
The LG Optimus Slider is preloaded with some Google apps like Maps with Navigation, Play store, Gmail, Talk, Places, and Youtube.
LG Optimus Slider Unboxing and Review