Verizon gains Windows Phone Classic LG VS750 Middle of April
I guess we should all start referring to Windows Mobile 6.5 as Windows Phone Classic now, so according to an article over on phone news; Verizon Wireless will gain the as yet unannounced LG VS750 smartphone around mid April.
The latest info available on the LG VS750 handset is that it will sport Windows Phone Classic 6.5, and is the first smart device developed for Verizon Wireless and will be a global roaming handset.
The LG VS750 sports quad-band GSM/EDGE along with single-band HSDPA and EVDO Rev.A and features a 3.2 inch WVGA resistive touch screen, 3.2 megapixel camera with VGA video recording, horizontal sliding QWERTY, WiFi, Bluetooth, and 3.5mm jack.
The Verizon LG VS750 will also include a SIM card and have 512MB ROM and 256MB RAM and microSDHC expansion up to 16GB and the retail package will include a USB cable, stylus and wall charger with adapters for Asia, Australia and Europe.