With the emergence of smartphones, feature phones have taken a backstage. Most folks find smartphones more useful with its horde of applications and features.
But some people who like to have a mobile without any extra ‘smartness’ opt for feature phones. And it’s for them that LG has released their new feature phone- the LG Extravert.
The Extravert is being brought on Verizon Wireless and is a trifle different from other phones of its genre. The Extravert features a sideways slider, which houses a full QWERTY keyboard as well as a 2.8-inch WQVGA touch screen on top.
The display features a resolution of 400×240 pixels. A 2-megapixel camera is present in the back and the phone runs on LG’s feature phone touch OS.
Other specifications include a 3.5mm headset jack, support for Bluetooth 3.0+EDR connectivity, social network support and a microSD card slot for expanding the storage. The LG Extravert stays a bit on the green side.
The company has tried to do it’s for the environment and has manufactured 30 percent of the battery cover with recycled materials. Moreover, the battery itself doesn’t contain any toxic chemicals like lead, cadmium or mercury.
If you fancy this handset, dish out $109.99. It will make a good gift to give your grandparents this holiday.