We’ve just seen AT&T’s Nokia E71x, Samsung Impression, Samsung Propel Pro and Samsung Magnet, so now it’s time for LG Xenon and LG Neon – both of which were also announced today by the giant US carrier.
Just like the other four new handsets, LG’s devices come with full QWERTY keyboards, complementing AT&T’s line-up of messaging phones.
Available starting next month, LG Xenon is a 3G handset that features stuff like AT&T Navigator, resistive touchscreen display, a 2MP camera and Napster Mobile. It will come in three color versions (black, red and blue), for $99.99 with a 2-yr contract agreement.
(LG Xenon and LG Neon – image via Engadget)
Smartphone Nation had the chance to preview the LG Xenon and they say the phone is pretty cool. Here are some live pics:
LG Neon lacks 3G connectivity, but that’s why it will be launched in the coming weeks as a low cost handset. Its features include: 2MP camera, AT&T Music, mobile Internet, email and Instant Messaging.
Via Press release
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