In January of this year, LG made some noise when it revealed the Optimus Black smartphone. \u00a0LG heavily proclaimed that the Optimus Black is the slimmest smartphone and at only\u00a09.2mm thick, this phone is actually the slimmest. The LG Optimus Black carries the following specs: \tTI OMAP 3630 1.0GHz processor \t4-inch NOVA Display at 480\u00d7800 pixels \t2 GB storage,\u00a0expandable\u00a0up to 32GB via microSD \t512 MB RAM \tWiFi 802.11 b\/g\/n \tBluetooth 2.1 w\/ A2DP \tGPS w\/ aGPS support \tStereo FM radio \t5MP autofocus camera with LED flash \t720p video recording \t2MP front-facing camera \tLi-Ion 1500 mAh battery \tOptimus UI 2.0 \tAndroid\u00a02.2 Froyo With these impressive set of features, we would have gladly paid anywhere between Php25,000 to 30,000 to own this device.\u00a0 But according to early reports, the official price of the LG Optimus Black is Php19,990. \u00a0\u00a0At this reported price, the LG Optimus Black will be an ideal phone for those who are thinking of going Android. For the price of Php19,990, you\u2019ll get a 4-inch NOVA Display screen, an internall storage of 2GB, connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS, 5MP camera with 720p video recording and 2MP front facing camera.\u00a0 These features used to be reserved for more expensive Android handsets. The LG Optimus Black showcases the Nova Display which, from early reviews, appear to be impressive. \u00a0The much-touted display is said to be very bright and impressively clear, with a good level of contrast. The slim form factor is also something that also impresses. At 9.2mm, the LG Optimus lack is thinner than the iPhone 4.