LG Rumor Touch expected to make its debut on March 28

LG Rumor Touch expected to make its debut on March 28
Unveiled alongside the LG Lotus Elite during CES, the LG Rumor Touch will soon be made available for purchase online and telesales starting on March 28. Although the LG Lotus Elite was made available for sale shortly at Sprint stores after it was unveiled during CES, the Rumor Touch will finally join the lineup at Sprint stores nationwide starting on April 4 with a price tag of $80 after a mail-in-rebate. Although one color will be offered from the start, the red and purple colored ones are expected to come out on April 18. The LG Rumor Touch obviously follows the line of Rumor phones we've seen with Sprint that adds the inclusion of a touchscreen for a new way of navigating on the device.

LG Rumor Touch Specifications | Hands-on

source: Sprint via Phonescoop



1. kilari

Posts: 49; Member since: Oct 28, 2009

Sort of cool. I'm just not a fan of LG. Otherwise this phone is a pretty cool idea. Touchscreen and slide out qwerty on a dumbphone. Not something I've seen on a Sprint handset. Reminds me of the Samsung ones on AT&T.

2. thecellking

Posts: 3; Member since: Mar 18, 2010

i have sprint this is the phone i have been waiting for!

3. scottmbolt unregistered

A great phone for teenage girls, as well as a medicine for their texting addiction. Now they will be even cooler with a touch screen. Zippady Doo-Dah!

4. michael95gt

Posts: 45; Member since: Jul 19, 2009

Basically an LG XENON for CDMA networks

5. tiolawa

Posts: 115; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

Pretty cool mid level device would be at the top of my list if I was getting a feature phone.

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