Verizon prepaid LG Optimus Exceed, original LG Lucid, coming soon
Verizon’s prepaid lineup is about to be enhanced with a new handset, LG Optimus Exceed, according to a report on 9to5Google @evleaks. The LG Optimus Exceed, with a model number VS840PP, is actually LG Lucid. The LG Lucid is originally offered to Verizon postpaid customers over a year ago.
Unlike the original, prepaid LG Optimus Exceed wouldn’t be featuring 4G LTE connectivity ones it becomes available since Verizon doesn’t offer LTE support for prepaid customers. The image provided by 9to5Google @evleaks also shows support for 3G instead of 4G LTE connectivity that LG Lucid came with. As far as other specs are concerned, there are no any indications at this time on what exactly they might be. However, given that LG Optimus Exceed is revamped LG Lucid, prepaid users might expect specs close to a decent 4-inch display (800×480), a main 5-megapixel camera and VGA front-facing one, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 8GB storage and a microSD card slot for expanding memory additionally.
In its report, the 9to5Google expects Verizon’s prepaid LG Optimus Exceed to be priced under $100 price tag.
The LG Optimus Exceed will be compatible with Verizon’s prepaid smartphone plans for $60 and $70 per month. The $60 plan includes unlimited talk, unlimited text messaging and 500 MB of Verizon’s 3G data while $70 plan increases 3G data allotment to 2 GB in addition to unlimited talk and messaging.