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First Look: Come out of your shell with the LG Extravert

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First Look: Come out of your shell with the LG Extravert

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The LG Extravert from Verizon is a compact feature phone that is equipped with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. You can customize your homescreen in an Android-like manner and take some simple shots with its 2-megapixel camera.

Hello, everybody. (Liz?) from CNET. Here to bring you guys the LG Extravert from Verizon Wireless. The Extravert is a compact feature phone with a slide out (??) keyboard for all your texting needs. The keyboard has navigational errors and 4 (??) that light up. The device also has a 2.8 inch touch screen. It isn't the most sensitive display and this can get a little frustrating. The hands are also have a 2 megapixel camera on the back. There is no LED Flash. But it does have a shortcut camera button on the side for easy access. Now the device is a feature phone. But if you get a date upon. You can access the web with the upper browser. There you could charge through the internet and (??) to social media site like Facebook and Twitter. There some other interesting features like the one touch voice command and recorder button. You can also customize your whole screen in the way that's reminiscent by a no way comparable to. (??) for Android phone. Now if you're already Verizon customer this phone will cost you 50 bucks after you sign a two year contract. New customers to the network will get the phone for free if they sign the same contract. Again, I'm (Liz?) from CNET bringing you guys the LG Extravert.

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