LG Versa goes official with Verizon Wireless

LG Versa goes official with Verizon Wireless
After a whole saga of leaked pieces of information and spy photos, the LG Versa (also known as the VX9600) has finally been officially announced in a press-release by LG and Verizon. The device has become popular, thanks to its unique modular design, the main purpose of which is to deliver a top-notch versatility, allowing for attaching various accessories to the body. So far, the only attachment that has been officially referred to is the hardware QWERTY keyboard. Apart from it, we’ve also heard of  a gaming pad, portable speakers and a Wi-Fi modem, but there is no official information about these yet.

Specs-wise, the Versa will be a regular phone (non-smart), featuring a large 3-inch TFT touch-sensitive display with a resolution of 240x480 pixels, 2-megapixel camera and an animated 3D graphic interface. In addition, the device will offer a joyful internet experience, thanks to the HTML browser, which will even feature Adobe Flash support, in order to enable playing online videos.

The handset will be available at Big Red’s online store and in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores, starting March 1, at a price of $199.99 after a $50 main-in rebate and a 2-year customer agreement.

LG Versa Specifications

source: VerizonWireless via Gizmodo


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