US Cellular and LG has recently launched an entry-level Android handset that called the LG Apex. The device is runs on Android 2.1 and looks similiar that simply differently colored LG Ally, or it may just be an Ally redesigned for US Cellular.
The LG Apex Android smartphone is boasts a 3.2 inch touchscreen display with resolution of 800×480 pixel and haptic feedback, slide-out 4-row QWERTY keyboard with navigation pad, a 3-megapixel (640 x 480) autofocus camera with flash and camcorder function, Wifi, GPS, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a 1,500mAh battery that enabling up to 7.5 hours of talk time. The Apex smartphone also comes with multimedia experience includes MP3 player and a video player that plays WMV, MP4, 3GP and 3G2 formats.
The LG Apex smartphone features a durable tempered glass touchscreen that responds to a feather touch with vibration feedback, five customizable home screens, and luminous sensors that adjust brightness depending on light conditions surrounding the phone and shows off the dynamic, animated live wallpaper.
LG Apex is now available in U.S. Cellular locations and online with starting priced at $79.99 with an $80 mail-in rebate in 2 year contract. The calling plans will begin at $69.99 per month with 5GB data, unlimited text, unlimited picture and unlimited video messaging, free GPS Navigation and 450 voice minutes w/unlimited incoming calls, nights and weekends and mobile-to-mobile.