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LG Optimus Elite pics surface for Sprint, Virgin Mobile NFC phone

LG Optimus Elite pics surface for Sprint, Virgin Mobile NFC phone
News from CNET:

Despite its misleading name, the LG Optimus Elite should still offer NFC on a budget.

by Scott Webster March 30, 2012 10:15 AM PDT

The LG Optimus Elite should be a budget-friendly Android with NFC support.

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A pair of newly leaked renders arrived online this week, providing a clear look at the next LG smartphone, aimed for both Sprint and subsidiary Virgin Mobile. Despite its name — the LG Optimus Elite — early details suggest that the smartphone is anything but fancy.

The rumored specifications suggest a 3.2-inch HVGA display, a 5-megapixel camera with flash, a slower 800MHz processor, and NFC support. Although it isn’t clear which version of Android the Optimus Elite runs, the screenshots clearly indicate that it won’t be 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The photos suggest it’ll be an almost pure Gingerbread experience, with only Sprint ID/Mobile ID on top.

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LG Lucid (Verizon Wireless)
News from PC Magazine:

The LG Lucid ($ 79.99) may be a budget Android smartphone for Verizon Wireless, but it never seems inexpensive. It wasn’t too long ago that 4G LTE data, 1080p video recording, and a dual-core processor were considered high-end, even if cutting edge handsets are just now moving past those specs. That makes the Lucid a good choice if you don’t need the absolute fastest speeds or latest features, but don’t want to miss out on anything important either.

Design and Call Quality
The LG Lucid measures 4.69 by 2.45 by 0.45 inches (HWD) and weighs 5 ounces. The shell is made entirely of glossy plastic, and appears completely black from the front. There’s an attractive, maroon-colored fade on the tapered back panel that gives the Lucid a classier, more translucent look, at least from that angle. 

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