Free Android phones with decent specs are what we like, especially when they’re sold by Verizon with reasonably priced contracts. This could be the case of LG Vortex, that will be available for free in this carrier’s portofolio soon. You can consider this basically an Optimus S, bearing another branding.

Interestingly enough, this Froyo-powered handset goes with Bing instead of Google as its default search engine. Here’s the list of specs, if you’re keen on the device:

  • Display: 3.2 inch LCD, capacitive touch, 320 x 480 pixels
  • Connectivity: CDMA, Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi 802.11 b/g
  • CPU: 600MHz
  • Camera: 3MP, autofocus, video capture
  • Memory: 170MB internal, microSD/microSDHC card slot (32GB max)

The release date of the phone is unknown yet, but we’ll keep you informed.

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