It's Lynn La from CNET.
And right now, we're gonna check out the LG Exalt from Verizon.
As you can see, the Exalt is a simple flip phone that has just the basics.
It's slim and light-weight, and it has a neat LED display here that shows the time or your most recent missed calls and messages.
The device has a stylish and generously-sized alphanumeric keypad and physical shortcut buttons to launch the speaker, alarm clock, and camera.
You'll also get a 3-inch color
display with a 400x240 pixel resolution and a 2-megapixel camera that lacks a flash, but can record video.
The handset is powered by a 9 Ampere-hour battery, which has a reported usage time of up to 5-1/2 hours.
Some additional features include three Y themes, Bluetooth 3.0, the Opera Mini web browser, which will run on 1x network speeds, and a microSD card slot that can hold up to 32 gigs of expandable memory.
If you're interested, the phone is currently free after users sign a two-year contract with the carrier.
Again, I am Lynn, and you've been checking out Verizon's Exalt.
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