The LG Lotus Elite has a unique square design. Still, it looks much sleeker than its boxier predecessor.
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The LG Lotus Elite's biggest design upgrade lies with the external 2.4-inch QVGA resistive touch screen. You can customize what you want to access on the touch screen -- messages, emails, voicemails, pictures, and more.
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You can swipe through your pictures on the external touch screen.
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You can view your messages via the touch screen as well.
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The LG Lotus Elite debuts in this stunning red color with a decorative tattoo. A 2.0-megapixel camera sits on the hinge and peeks out of an opening on the upper left side of the rear, as seen here.
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The LG Lotus Elite is slim enough to be highly pocketable.
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The LG Lotus Elite has another 2.4-inch QVGA display on the inside as well. As you can see, the 2.0-megapixel camera is visible on the hinge so you can easily take self-portraits.
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The LG Lotus Elite uses Sprint's OneClick interface to quickly scroll through different functions and applications.
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You can quickly view your Facebook feed.
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There's a Twitter app as well.
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The LG Lotus Elite has a pretty roomy keyboard plus dedicates keys for Social, Email, and Text. The Social key can be mapped to either Facebook, MySpace, or Twitter.