LG Optimus Elite
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LG Optimus Elite Android smartphone
As the successor to the popular LG Optimus S, the affordable and highly customizable full-featured LG Optimus Elite smartphone keeps customers organized with Android 2.3, Gingerbread, and other key features, including a 3.5-inch capacitive touch-screen, 800 MHz processor, 5MP rear-facing camera and camcorder with flash, virtual QWERTY keyboard and mobile hotspot capability supporting up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices.
LG Optimus Elite Smartphone from Sprint
LG Optimus Elite marks the third device launched from Sprint and LG this year that boasts eco-friendly attributes and the coveted UL Environment Platinum Certification - the highest level of environmental performance recognized by sustainable requirements established by UL Environment and Sprint. Sprint and LG launched their first device with eco-friendly features together in 2010 with LG Remarq and continued the legacy earlier this year with both LG Rumor Reflex and LG Viper 4G LTE.
Eco-friendly features on the LG Optimus Elite
Not only is the LG Optimus Elite a stylish, feature-rich smartphone, it also boasts the following eco-friendly attributes:
• The device is ULE Platinum Certified, the highest level of environmental performance recognized by sustainable requirements established by UL Environment and Sprint.
• It is protected by a casing made of 50 percent recycled plastics.
• It is RoHS compliant, meaning it is free from many potentially hazardous materials, such as PVC, phthalates, halogens and mercury.
• The phone also includes a charger that exceeds the EC Code of Conduct on energy efficiency when it comes to no-load consumption. Unlike other chargers, LG Optimus Elite's charger only consumes 0.03 watts of power when plugged into a wall socket without being connected to the phone.
NFC technology support on the LG Optimus Elite
LG Optimus Elite also is enabled with Near Field Communication (NFC), allowing users to access true value features such as Google Wallet, an app that allows payment using a mobile device at participating retailers like Bloomingdales, Toys "R" Us, CVS, Gap, Macy's and more. This is the first device in the Virgin Mobile USA line-up to support NFC and Google Wallet.
LG Optimus Elite phone with free cloud storage
Also, consumers can download Box on LG Optimus Elite and receive 50GB of free cloud storage and sharing directly from LG, an estimated value of $240 per year, so users don't have to stress about storing all of their favorite music, files, photos and other memories. The 50GB of free storage is exclusive to LG devices until July 22.
LG Optimus Elite LS696 Sprint Smartphone
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