The according to this leaked spec sheet. It doesn't look like it's hugely improved from the VX8350, however, so we probably wouldn't run out to replace it.was one of our favorite Verizon phones in 2007, and it looks like LG is getting ready to release its successor, the LG VX8360,
That said, it sounds like a decent mid-range handset:1.3-megapixel camera, VZ Navigator, EV-DO, stereo Bluetooth, and of course access to Verizon's broadband services like VCast Music. It'll retail for around $50 with a two-year service agreement, which makes this an affordable high-speed phone from Verizon. Not sure on availability just yet, but we'll keep you posted.
(Via Engadget Mobile)