U.S. Cellular announces $79.99 LG Splendor

U.S. Cellular announces $79.99 LG Splendor

U.S. Cellular today added another Android handset to its smartphone lineup with the introduction of the LG Splendor.  Priced at $79.99 with two-year service agreement ($100 mail-in rebate), the handset runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and features a 1 GHz processor, 2 GB of internal memory and a 4 GB memory card included.

The Splendor comes preloaded with a number of Amazon applications, including Audible, IMDb, Amazon Kindle, Amazon MP3, Amazon Shopping, and Zappos.  Featuring full Google Play support, the handset also includes Polaris Office, Let’s Go Bowling!, and Your Navigator Deluxe.

For now, the LG Splendor is available in an online-only capacity however it should arrive in retail stores in but a few days (September 12) time.

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