AT&T team up with LG to Incite the masses
AT&T, the nation’s largest network operator, has come together with Korean cell phone manufacturer to launch the LG Incite. Touted to be the first true LG smartphone in the US, the Incite does come with a whole host of features that will definitely leave you drooling, although it might not do enough to sway the minds of those who have already set themselves on getting the iPhone 3G. More on the LG Incite right after the jump, specifications and all.
The LG Incite does not fall short when it comes to features, in fact, it is chock full of them. Not only do you get domestic 3G capability, you are able to receive that boon when overseas as well, but you would do well to be prudent then unless you want to get slapped with an insanely large bill when you return home from your business trip halfway across the world. Don’t worry about getting lost either, since there is aGPS to help you find your way around. For moments where you don’t want to rely on your 3G connection, there is always built-in Wi-Fi connectivity to help you take advantage of numerous Wi-Fi hotspots that have mushroomed around us over the years. With Bluetooth 2.0 support, you can now hold handsfree conversations when you’re driving. Powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, included software include Microsoft Office Mobile, Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5 and Windows Media Player 10.
For multimedia purposes, the LG Incite comes with a 3″ touch screen display, while the 3 megapixel camera is enough to capture great looking candid shots with video recording capability. Since there is no physical keyboard, you will have to make do with a full QWERTY virtual keyboard ala iPhone, but this one goes one up since it boasts haptic keys for vibration feedback. Other features include a microSDHC memory card slot and support for AT&T Navigator.
Interested parties can pick up the LG Incite for $199.99 with a new two-year agreement and mail-in rebate.