The LG UX5000 is a basic camera phone from U.S. Cellular. It measures a compact 3.50 by 1.85 by 0.91 inches and weighs 3.35 ounces. It has a backlit external LCD that displays battery and signal strength, the date and time, and caller ID; it also acts as a self-portrait viewfinder when the flip is closed. When open, the phone reveals a 65,000-color internal display, along with a dedicated camera button. Features of the phone include a VGA camera with flash, video capture and playback, text and multimedia messaging, speakerphone, voice dialing, a 499-entry address book, e-mail, wireless Web, and basic PIM functions. The UX5000 has a rated talk time of up to three hours and a rated standby time of up to six days. It retails for $349.95, but you can get it for $99.95 with a two-year service agreement with U.S. Cellular.
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