Saturday , May 26 2018

Win a $25,000 Melbourne Grand Prix experience with Telstra and the new LG Optimus G

Telstra announced on their news account on twitter this morning, that if you pre-order the new LG Optimus G on Telstra between the 25th of February (Today) and 4th of March, you would go into the running to win a $25,000 F1 Experience pack at Melbourne’s Grand Prix in March. So one of you lucky people who might or might not be reading this article and will be Pre-ordering the LG Optimus G from Telstra, will have the opportunity to win this fantastic package.

Phone Specs.

  • 4.7″ 1280×768 True HD IPS display with Zerogap Touch (in-cell touch) technology)
  • 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 CPU with Adreno 320 GPU
  • 32GB of internal storage (no microSD slot)
  • 2GB RAM
  • 13MP Rear Camera & 1.3MP front facing camera
  • 2G / 3G / LTE
  • Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, USB 2.0 HS, A-GPS, MHL and DLNA, NFC
  • 131.9 x 68.9 x 8.45mm, 145g
  • Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with LG UX
  • 2,100mAh Battery
  • Talk time: 15 hours
  • Standby: 335 hours

What do you guys think about the new LG Optimus G? Will you be pre-ordering the phone to enter into the competition?

Via: Telstra_News (Twitter).

Adam Ricket  

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7 Comments on "Win a $25,000 Melbourne Grand Prix experience with Telstra and the new LG Optimus G"

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Valued Guest

Only deal breaker seems like “Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with LG UX”. Will be waiting for this thing to be heavily reviewed before considering

Adam Ricket
Valued Guest

Yeah I agree, Every Android phone launched in 2013 should have Jelly Bean. There really isn’t an excuse to why they don’t, Android 4.1 been out since July..

Sam Harrison
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Sam Harrison

Hasn’t Sony been guilty of this since 2010?

Valued Guest

It’s not ICS…according to the link in your article:

It runs Android 4.1.2…?

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