Mobile phone manufacturer LG Mobiles and wireless carrier U.S. Cellular recently announced the release of LG Bliss on the operator’s airwaves. The handset comes towards U.S. Cellular’s users with a large 3-inch touchscreen display, along with a 2.0-megapixel photo snapper with video recording capabilities, not to mention its sleek, rounded design.
LG Bliss UX700 is an entry-level device that features a 2.0-megapixel camera with video capture, stereo Bluetooth connectivity, QWERTY onscreen keyboard and a 3-inch full touchscreen with 240×400 pixel resolution. Users can listen to music or access the web through the full HTML browser, while microSD support allows storage expansion up to 16GB.
The full music player offers features like background music mode, which allows multitasking while listening to music in the background using Stereo Sound via headset and Bluetooth wireless technology. Customers can also create and manage playlists, and import playlist files in MP3 format on to a microSD card. With 16GB support, it’s a great way to expand memory for more music, pictures and videos.
Previously LG had introduced the Bliss for its Canadian consumers and now the mobile phone manufacturer along with US Cellular is all set to unveil the QWERTY handset in the US. The mobile phone is expected to reach the stores this month.
With US Cellular’s easyedge, users can send and receive e-mails, access news, weather applications, games and several other useful applications. The LG handset features Tone Room, a ringtone shop with music from every genre. Moreover the device comes with City ID, an improved Caller ID feature that shows the city and state of incoming calls.
The LG Bliss is currently available in white with an orange back or black with a green back for $79.95 after a two-year customer agreement.