Nokia connoisseur, then how about something a little different to boost your appetite? Today, LG has finally let loose the juicy details about its Optimus One (pictured left) and Optimus Chic Android 2.2 handsets, which were actually unveiled a little over two months ago. The spec sheets -- embedded after the break -- confirm that both low-end Froyo phones carry a 600MHz chip, 3.2-inch 320 x 480 LCD capacitive touchscreen, and the usual wireless package (802.11b/g WiFi, A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, and FM radio). The difference? Apart from the appearance and button configurations, the One's 1500mAh battery beats the Chic's by 250mAh, but loses out in the megapixel race with only 3 to the Chic's 5MP imager. No prices announced just yet, but we'll keep our eyes peeled open when they arrive at European stores in November.