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Verizon Releases the LG Vortex, Android 2.2 Inside

by On November 16, 2010

Want an affordable Android smartphone running Froyo 2.2? Check out the LG Vortex which was just made available by Verizon Wireless. The LG Vortex is simple Android phone which is light on your budget but heavy with useful features. Among these key features, those which stand out include – preloaded with Bing Search and Bing Maps, 3.2-inch touchscreen with tactile feedback, support for Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk, Google Voice and of course access to Android Market. This Android smartphone also features wi-fi connectivity, 3G mobile hotspot capability, virtual QWERTY keyboard with SWYPE technology installed, Bluetooth 2.1, and microSD card slot. Other good stuff that the LG Vortex provides include – customizable home screens up to 5 to 7, proximity sensor that instantly locks touchscreen while talking on the phone, pre-installed LG apps, Skype mobile, full suite of messaging options, and VZ Navigator. Finally, it is also worth noting that the LG Vortex’s 3.2 MP camera offers a slew of features that would make you use it more often. These include – five different camera resolutions, macro mode, image editor with zoom, rotate, resize, crop, added frames and stamp features, and video recording of up to 16GB capacity. The LG Vortex is available now from Verizon for only $79.99 after mail-in rebate plus a two-year service agreement. via Verizon Wireless

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