From what we know so far, the LG Exalt is set to be out later this month, but might not launch until mid-September, as Verizon wants to sell-off their current LG Revere 2 stock first.
The LG Exalt is said to produce high quality audio calls and will also have the largest display of any Verizon flip-phone, which means the display would be around 2.4" in size.
Unfortunately, the full specs haven't been revealed yet, but we did happen to see that the User Guide is posted, which can give us some details. First off we can see what the inside of the phone looks like as well as the menu styling on the screen and layout of the keypad. There is a removable battery on the back, where also the camera, external speaker, and microSD card slot are located. Speaking of the camera, it is still only a 2MP (1600x1200) shooter and lacks a flash, with video recording limited to 320x240 resolution. There is also a front display, as the guide says to can select for it to show the clock and notifications, or just the clock. Thought one surprise is that it appears that 3G EVDO data support is missing, which would mean it is limited to the slower 1xRTT data speeds.
Furthermore, from looking at the case design that is to fit over the LG Exalt, the front display appears to be rectangle in shape, and lacks any front-control buttons, such as ones for music playback control or viewing messages, which was featured on the LG Clout.
So if you are looking for a flip-phone, does the LG Exalt seem to exalt your expectations, or would the Samsung Convoy 3 be a better choice?
source: LG Mobile (pdf) and qmadix