It is official, people! Like required,Verizon revealed the LG Lucid 4G and will be marketing it like asimple-to-apply device made with first-time smartphone owners inmind. Still, that does not intend that the smartphone will lag farbehind the competition when it arrives to specifications. Below thehood of the LG Lucid 4G we watch a dual-core processor clocked at1.2GHz and backed up by 1GB of RAM.
Up front we are recognized by abeautiful 4-inch touchscreen display protected by Gorilla Glass. A5-megapixel auto-focus camera with flash resides on the smartphone'srear and a front-facing camera for video chats is located above itsdisplay. Android 2.3 Gingerbread arrives out of the box, but anupdate to Android 4.0 ICS is being designed. And you experience whatthe 4G in the device's title signifies, right? Yes, it will ride onVerizon's 4G LTE airwaves for speedy web access on the go.
But like we referred earlier, the LGLucid 4G is supposed to be a simple-to-apply device, and as such, itarrives on a handful of characteristic that can facilitate each daytasks. For example, shortcuts to various applications can be placedright on its lock screen, and a Quick Dialer widget will let forusers to call their friends and family without opening their addressbook. Additionally, the device arrives on step-by-step tutorials forthose users who are not familiar on how their smartphone can beapplied. The LG Lucid 4G will be available both online and at Verizonoutlets beginning March 29. For additional information, we haveembedded the entire press release below.