Verizon Wireless is a mobile carrier that can be said to cater to just about every strata of society, since they do offer high end smartphones, in addition to feature phones, entry-level and mid-range smartphones, too. Well, a couple of featurephones that we covered earlier this week on Verizon Wireless would be the LG Cosmos 3 and LG Revere 2, and this time around, there is yet another mid-range device for those who want a functional smartphone without having to break the bank. In a nutshell, the LG Optimus Zone over on Verizon has been speculated to be a renamed version of the LG Optimus L3, where it features the model number LGVS410PP and is tipped to arrive before April is over.
What kind of hardware specifications can we look out for in the LG Optimus Zone? For starters, it would be the same as that of its international sibling, which would include the 3.2-inch 320×240 touchscreen display, an 800MHz processor, a 3.15-megapixel camera and Android 2.3 Gingerbread as the operating system of choice. Android 2.3 Gingerbread sure as heck makes us feel as though we are living back in the Dark Ages…RELATED
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