Not long after it was launched in the US by AT&T, LG Xenon is now available in Canada as well.
Obviously marketed as a “touchscreen quick messaging phone”, the LG Xenon is offered to Canadian customers by Rogers Wireless.
The main attractions of the Xenon are its 2.8 inch 240 x 400 pixels display and its sliding QWERTY keyboard.
Also of note is what Rogers calls the Hello Interface, which lets users “customize their contacts, home screen and applications (such as Facebook and Google)”.
The other features the Xenon offers include:
- Quad band GSM/EDGE and dual band HSPA connectivity
- Stereo Bluetooth
- MP3 Player
- 2.0MP camera with video recording
- Support for MicroSDHC cards, up to 16GB
Rogers’ LG Xenon can be bought for as low as $79.99 (a 3-yr contract agreement is required). You can get it from the carrier’s official website.
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