Sprint was announced that both Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper will be their first LTE handsets. Today, we receive a news that the carrier is ready to taking pre-order for LG Viper on April 12nd and it should be commercially available “later this month.” Previous rumors suggest that it will debut on April 15th, alongside with the Sprint’s new 4G LTE network and Galaxy Nexus, but we haven’t hear any official statement from the carrier until now.
Sprint is currently ask $99.99 on contract for each unit of LG Viper. Of course that numbers come out after $50 mail-in rebate. For your information, this handset is not exclusive available for pre-order at the carrier. If you interested, you can also grab it from BestBuy and RadioShack.
According to the company’s statement, LG Viper is the first 4G LTE smartphone in the world that made of eco-friendly material. 50% part of it’s chassis is build from recycled plastics. No to mention that it’s packaging is also fully recycleable.
Speaking of technical details, LG Sprint is running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It sports 4.0 inch touch screen with WVGA resolution. Deep under it’s solid hood, lies a 1.2GHz dual-core processors, alongside with a full gigabyte of RAM, 4GB internal memory, and pre-installed 4GB memory card. Google Wallet, NFC, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, and Mobile HotSpot connectivity are all supported. There’s also dual-camera unit on this handset. 5.0 megapixels on the front side and VGA camera on the front. There’s no need to worry for running out of data space since Sprint already seal a partnership with DropBox. This is mean that every LG Viper users will be granted with a free 50GB cloud storage.
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