The LG VX9400 has just been released at Verizon. This handset boasts a rotating 320 x 240 display, 1.3-megapixel camera, microSD card slot, Bluetooth, USB connectivity, and a music player. It’s priced at $200 with service agreement. VCast demonstration after the jump.

Sure, Samsung’s u620 was the first on the scene when Verizon’s MediaFLO-based VCAST TV service launched earlier this month, but the fashionably late VX9400 from LG seems to be the real prize. At least that’s the impression we got when we had the opportunity to mess around with both side by side at CES in January..

[via engadget]

The LG VX9400 has just been released at Verizon. This handset boasts a rotating 320 x 240 display, 1.3-megapixel camera, microSD card slot, Bluetooth, USB connectivity, and a music player. It’s priced at $200 with service agreement. VCast demonstration after the jump.

Sure, Samsung’s u620 was the first on the scene when Verizon’s MediaFLO-based VCAST TV service launched earlier this month, but the fashionably late VX9400 from LG seems to be the real prize. At least that’s the impression we got when we had the opportunity to mess around with both side by side at CES in January..

[via engadget]