It's Lynn here at CNET, bringing you guys the LG Optimus M+.
Now, the M+ is an updated version of last year's M and I'm glad to see that this model went through a nice re-design.
This (reach in?) both a slightly bigger at 3.5 inch Capacitive Touch Screen display and compared to it's predecessor, it's slimmer and it's corners aren't as rounded as before.
I like the convex edges here at the bottom and top.
I'm not a huge fan of this plastic texture backing because it does feel a little cheap.
This Android Gingerbread handset is powered by an 800 Megahertz processor and a 1300 milliAmp per hour battery, which translates to a reported talk time of 3.3 hours.
On the back, there's a 5 Megapixel camera.
The camera could record video with a resolution of up to 640 x 40 ADP and there's also an LED Flash.
Unfortunately, there is no front taking camera on this device.
Now, being a MetroPCS phone, the device does come with a lot of pre-loaded MetroPCS and even some Yahoo Apps that thankfully, can be uninstalled.
If you're interested, the device is going for a $129 online at MetroPCS.
For 50 bucks a month, you'll get your usual unlimited talk, text, data and e-mail, but for all you music lovers out there.
If you can extra $10 a month, you'll also get access to the music subscription service, Rhapsody Unlimited Music.
Again, I'm Lynn showing you guys the LG Optimus M+.
Pixel 4A review: Impressive camera and a battery that beats the...
Gorilla Glass Victus is twice as tough: First look
Asus ROG Phone 3: We go hands-on with the most powerful Android...
LG Velvet: LG shakes things up with new 5G phone
First Look: Motorola Edge and Edge Plus have all the 5G specs
OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro review: High-end 5G phones compete against...
Huawei P40 Pro and Plus first impressions: CNET editors react
Galaxy S20 Ultra's high-octane camera has the wow factor
Hands-on with the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra
Hands-on with the budget Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power