In the last year, we've seen LG take some leaps with AT&T by offering a decent amount of touchscreen phones that seemed to fit the needs of almost every demographic. The LG eXpo was their clear contender in the Windows Mobile front, the LG Neon was marketed as being an extremely affordable messaging device, and the LG Xenon was basically their well balanced feature phone. Now that US consumers have gotten a taste with LG's S-Class interface with the LG eXpo and LG Arena, there looks to be yet another that takes a jab in the feature phone category. The LG GR700 was recently spotted with AT&T's branding and features a 240 x 400 pixel
display and sliding QWERTY keyboard that looks to supplant the LG Xenon with its S-Class Interface. Despite not having a definitive release date, it is speculated to sell for about $199 on contract which seems to be a high premium for a feature phone. At that point, we'd hope to see some serious specs under the hood or at least a price drop to make it more attractive for potential buyers.
source: LG Central