Today, Verizon is launching  the LG K4 LTE, a budget-friendly smartphone. Said to be “user-friendly yet feature packed” the K4 includes most of the features of an LG phone that customers have come to expect, in a small design that can easily fit in your pocket or purse. This could quite possibly be LG’s answer to the iPhone SE. The LG K4 starts at $5/month for 24 months or a full purchase for $120.

LG K4 LTE Specs

A selling point for the LG K4 is EasyHome, a simplified home screen perfect for users transitioning from a flip phone to a modern smartphone. Another feature called Gesture Shot allows a person to aim their phone for a selfie, line up your hand with the green box onscreen, make a fist to start a 3-second timer and say “cheese!”. The phone will automatically take the photo and it will be ready to share on social networks.

Verizon Wireless

LG also has a variety of accessories for the K4: silicone cases, anti-scratch screen protectors, a travel charger or Mophie Powerstation, and an LG Tone Pro for listening to music.

LG Tone Pro

The LG Tone Pro is a Bluetooth stereo headset with a unique design. It offers call and play/pause buttons, quad-layer speaker technology (which doesn’t mean anything – just marketing jargon), and comes in four colors: red, white, black and blue. The LG Tone Pro is $69.

Source: Verizon Wireless


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