Wireless technology has the power to transform people's everyday lives. But, the most functional devices are designed with simplicity in mind.
The LG Exalt, a retro style flip phone available online and in Verizon Wireless stores beginning today for $79.99 99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement. The Exalt offers users a simple mobile experience in its design and features. The 3-inch internal display includes resizable menu and message fonts so text can be changed to best fit a user’s needs – or eyesight. When users can’t or don’t want to read texts on the phone, the Exalt can read messages out loud, minimizing distraction or making it easier to be hands-free. The external display on the phone shows users important information – like the current time and pending notifications – without having to flip the phone open.
Beyond its design, the LG Enact includes a long lasting 2460mAh battery and can use multiple apps at once for easy multitasking. The QSlide 2.0™ feature lets users open certain apps as windows, eliminating the need to go back and forth between apps. This makes it possible to text a buddy while watching funny YouTube videos at the same time. Making the jump from a basic phone like the Exalt to a 4G LTE smartphone might be intimidating for some. The Enact by LG, however, is designed to make the transition easy. This smartphone includes a Starter Mode, which places common apps like calendar, gallery, email and more on the home screen for quick access without having to click through several screens or menus. The LG Enact also has a slide out keyboard for “QWERTY” lovers, delivering fast typing and menu navigation, and a different option than an all-touchscreen smartphone.
The Enact by LG is available online starting today for $19.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement and will be in Verizon Wireless stores in the coming weeks.