LG and Verizon just unveiled a new flip phone, one that comes with LTE and it’s priced below $200. The device is known as the LG Exalt LTE and goes for $168. It’ll be exclusive to Verizon.


Interestingly, this is a LTE-only machine, so it won’t connect to Verizon’s 3G network, just the LTE one. It’s got a sturdy, clamshell design and features a 3 inch TFT display with a 400 x 240 pixel resolution. It also provides HD voice support, has a 5 megapixel back camera and a battery that promises 6 hours of usage time, or 10 days of standby. For those of you wondering, it’s a feature phone, not a smartphone.

There’s also Bluetooth 4.1 here, a 1470 mAh battery and 8 GB of storage, as well as a microSD card slot. WiFi calls are also included, it seems. The design is rather minimal and the buttons seem pretty well spaced and comfy. There’s also a D-pad for navigating around the menus. LG, Samsung and some companies from Japan are among the few believers in the clamshells right now, who keep launching such handsets.

via Droid Life

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