4G LTE feature phones is not new to us as it is already becoming a trend. T-Mobile recently unveiled their first 4G LTE feature phone called Alcatel Go Flip, which you can get for just around $72 USD, or $3 USD a month for 24 months. Like what we said, Alcatel Go Flip is a basic phone which offers nothing extraordinary except that it is compatible with LTE networks. Then there comes LG Exalt® LTE, Verizon’s first 4G LTE feature phone.

LG Exalt® LTE is a flip-phone. It features a 3-inch display with 240p resolution powered by quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC clocked at 1.1GHz. The device cones with 8GB of ROM and a basic 5MP camera which is capable of shooting HD-quality videos. Weighing for just 130g, the device comes with a very descent 1,470mAh power battery, which is removable. As mentioned above, Exalt® LTE is a 4G LTE device, in fact it deserves a “4G LTE Only” banner because it doesn’t support the carrier’s own 3G CDMA network.

The LG Exalt® LTE retails for an expensive price tag of $168 USD (Rs. 10830.12), or $7 USD a month for 24 months.

Alcatel Go Flip (T-Mobile)

  • 2.8-inch display, 240p Resolution
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC clocked @ 1.1 GHz
  • 512MB RAM
  • 4G ROM
  • 5MP Fixed-focus camera
  • 4G LTE (2G/3G Compatible)
  • 1,350 mAh of battery (Removable)

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LG Exalt® LTE (Verizon)

  • 3-inch display, 240p Resolution
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon clocked @ 1.1 GHz
  • 8GB ROM
  • 5MP Fixed-focus camera
  • 4G LTE Only
  • 1,470 mag of battery (Removable)