LG Quietly Launches the Extravert 2 and Zone 2 with Big Red
The LG Extravert 2 and Zone 2 make their way to Big Red! As the world around us continues to evolve and move forward with amazing technologies and advanced smart phones it’s good to know that low cost yet highly capable devices like the Extravert and Zone are still around! It wasn’t too long ago where devices such as these were the standard amongst consumer friendly devices. LG and Verizon have quietly launched two new handsets today, the LG Zone 2 and the Extravert 2! As the name may imply both of these devices are on their second generation. Let us see what these new LG devices have in store for us shall we!
The original LG Zone was known as the Optimus Zone and was released way back in June of last year. The Extravert however originally saw its original launch way back in 2011 and has yet to see an update, until now! While both phones are entry level devices they are not going to fill in as affordable premium. While both are indeed affordable the premium description will be sitting this one out. The LG Zone 2 is the next generation Optimus Zone and starts with a 3.5 inch HVGA touch screen display that is built into a 11.9 mm housing. The Zone runs with Android version 4.4 aka Kitkat and uses a highly capable 1.2 GHz dual core processor and 512 MB of to get along. Around back the Zone 2 uses a 3 mega pixel camera for its camera snapping and packs in expandable micro SD memory as well as an all day 1700 mAh battery. The Zone 2 will run you about fifty bucks under the muse of a new plan or $199 at full retail price! The LG Extravert 2 on the other hand is a slight step down from the Zone. The Extravert 2 is a feature phone that sports a 3.2 inch touch screen that slides open to expose a full four row QWERTY keyboard. Around back the handset sports a 2 mega pixel camera with video recording capabilities. Add in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and a few other features and you are left with the Extravert 2. The Extravert 2 will be priced at $80 bucks under a new contract or $199 at full retail price.
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