After lots of leaked images and rumors, LG Versa has now been officially introduced by Verizon Wireless.
Presented by Verizon as an MVP (Most Versatile Phone), Versa is a touchscreen handset that comes with LG’s own UI and a detachable QWERTY keyboard.
Said keyboard is wrapped into some sort of protective case for the phone, case that sports a tiny 56 x 120 pixels OLED screen.
For the moment, Verizon says nothing about that gaming pad which was rumored to come bundled with the LG Versa.
We’ve already covered the phone’s features, but in case you need a reminder, they include:
- 3 inch TFT touchscreen display with 240 x 480 pixels
- VZ Navigator
- HTML browser with Flash and RSS feed support
- Visual Voice Mail
- Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR
- Music player
- 2.5mm headset jack
- 2.0 MP autofocus camera with flash, face detection and video recording
After a $50 rebate and with the signing of a 2-yr contract agreement, LG Versa can be yours for $199. But that’s only starting March 1, because Verizon won’t sell the phone before this date.
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