Verizon Wireless launched many LG handsets throughout the years, but all of them were feature phones. The carrier’s first smartphone from LG might be the VS750, which reportedly runs Windows Mobile 6.5.
Although it’s not included in LG’s list of phones that will be showcased at CTIA Wireless 2010, Verizon’s LG VS750 could be available starting April.
The VS750 is a global smartphone, with both CDMA/EV-DO and GSM/HSDPA connectivity. It’s said that its features include: 3.2 inch WVGA resistive touchscreen display, full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm headset jack, Bluetooth, 3.2MP camera with video recording (VGA), 512MB of ROM, 256MB of RAM, and MicroSD card support.
Interestingly, the LG VS750 has only three hardware keys below the display (like the LG Panther), which means it might be upgradeable to Windows Phone 7 Series – although, if its display is indeed resistive and its camera is of only 3.2MP, the handset doesn’t meet Microsoft’s WP7 requirements.
Via Phone Arena
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