About three weeks ago, we first found out about the LG Genesis, an Android-powered smartphone with two screens and a full physical QWERTY keyboard that was headed to US Cellular.
For those of you who’ve liked the handset, we’re sorry to inform that US Cellular still hasn’t officially announced the Genesis. However, LG now has it up on its site, press shots, specs, and all. Clearly, there was a communication mishap here between LG and US Cellular, since the device is listed as being sold by the aforementioned carrier. Yet there’s no sign of the Genesis on US Cellular’s site. Not yet, at least.
It’s bound to appear soon though, especially since LG has now unveiled it for the world. We still don’t know when exactly you’ll be able to walk into a US Cellular store and pick one of these up, but it does seem like that will happen sooner, rather than later. We’ll keep you posted, as always.
The LG Genesis has a 1 GHz Qualcomm processor, two screens (both have 800×480 resolution, one is 3.5″ and the other 3.2″), a 5 MP camera, Wi-Fi, 3G, DLNA, an 8 GB memory card preinstalled, and a 1500 mAh battery. The LG Genesis runs Android 2.2 Froyo.
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