AT&T has just unveiled a new WM6.5-powered smartphone for its lineup – the LG eXpo
(which we have actually heard of as the LG IQ for Telus
). The LG eXpo will be a strictly business-oriented device, not only because of its operating system, but also because of some additional features that we do not see in cell phones very often. First off, it will sport an “optional integrated pico projector”. Basically, the gadget can be installed on the back of the phone to allow you to carry out presentations, share videos and so on. For a higher security level of the information you keep inside the LG eXpo, there will be a fingerprint recognition sensor on the front side. In addition, the sensor can also be used as a directional pad.
Finally, the eXpo should also be good enough when it comes to performance, as it will be powered by a 1GHz processor under the hood. Other important specs include a 3.2
-inch screen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera and GPS. Look for the LG eXpo in AT&T stores, starting December 7
after a $100 mail-in rebate and with a two-year contract on a minimum $69.99 plan.
The LG eXpo features a detachable pico projector