LG Exalt LTE debuts as Verizon's first 4G LTE featurephone

Himanshu, 16 June 2017

In a surprising twist, LG has launched a new featurephone in the United States. Dubbed Exalt LTE, the device is powered by a Snapdragon SoC with quad-core, 1.1GHz processor, and sports a 3-inch display of 400 x 240 pixel resolution.

The flip-phone comes with 8GB storage and features a 5MP camera. Weighing in at around 130g, the handset packs in a 1,470mAh removable battery.

Verizon is selling the Exalt LTE as its first 4G LTE-capable feature phone. In fact, it's an LTE-only phone as it doesn't work with the carrier's 3G CDMA network. Price tag is $168.

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  • A Note 4 user

This is EXACTLY what elderly people need. it's a pity that european 4G bands are missing, as well as the possibility to place (receive) whatsapp calls.

  • AnonD-647900

"In fact, it's an LTE-only phone as it doesn't work with the carrier's 3G CDMA network," lol that's funny.

There is a difference between super fan and fanboy I suggested motorola because at that price they were the only phones I remembered high end moto are not that good compared to other high end phones budget moto might not perform well but they are way...