Wondering what’s the next LG phone to hit the US via Verizon Wireless? Well wonder no more, because it’s the LG VX8360.
It is a clamshell touted by Verizon as a “Bluetooth music phone” and it comes to succeed the old VX8350 model, which is currently being sold for $49.99. This will actually be the price of the VX8360 too, but only after a $50 mail-in rebate and the signing of a 2-yr contract agreement.
The new LG doesn’t have too many advanced capabilities, but for this price range it seems to be a pretty good phone.
Its features include:
A 2 inch TFT internal display with 240 x 320 pixels and 262K colors
A 1.17 inch TFT external display with 96 x 96 pixels and 65K colors
High-speed EVDO connectivity
Dashboard with Mobile Web
Music player with external controls
Dual speaker, stereo sound
MicroSD card support, up to 8GB
There’s no release date set for the VX8360, as this depends on when the stocks with the old LG VX8350 are depleted. Anyway, it won’t take long until this happens, so Verizon’s users can expect to find the new clamshell in stores in the next few months.
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