LG's Lancet is a Windows Phone handset with a competitive price
Hello everybody I"m Lynn La for CNET, and right now we're gonna check out the LG Lancet for Verizon Wireless.
The device is a compact Windows phone handset with a 4.5 inch LCD display.
It's powered by a 1.2 quad core Snapdragon processor and removable 2.1 ampere hour battery.
The battery has an estimated talk time of eighteen and a half hours during our own web tests for continuous talk time, it lasted an impressive nineteen hours.
On the front here is a VGA camera and on the back is an eight megapixel shooter that can record 1080p full HD video.
Other camera features include LG's custom camera interface and Bing Vision which can scan QR codes and translate text.
Now, as a Windows phone, 8.1 handset, the Lancet features the digital voice and search assistant Cortana and deep integration with Microsoft ventures like Skype, Microsoft Office and Xbox.
LG also threw in some of it's own signature software like Quick Memo, which lets you jot down doodles and notes.
As for storage the device comes with eight gigs of internal memory but you can expand it up to 128 gigs with a micro SD card.
If you're interested the phone is available for $20 with a carrier contract or $120 without.
Again, I am Lynn and you've been checking out Verizon Wireless's LG Lancet.
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