The newly announced LG Neon 2 has been released on Rogers in Canada. The phone offers a 3" 400 x 240 touchscreen display, a slider-form factor with a full QWERTY keyboard, a 2Mpix camera, 42MB of internal memory with a microSD card slot, and Bluetooth. It is available now in black and white color scheme for $19.99 with select 3-year plans, or for $174.99 without commitments.
LG has revealed a successor to its KS360 model, also known as the Neon in the U.S. The new GW370 Shannon looks almost exactly like its predecessor, but offers a fully functional touchscreen that doesn't only serve as the dial pad, but that can be used for a variety of functions that are commonly associated with it. The release date is yet to be announced.
AT&T has released the LG Neon, which is basically a 3G-less version of the Xenon model. It retains most of the Xenon's features, and is available now from AT&T for just $29.99 on contract after $50 mail-in rebate.
LG Neon is surely a great choice for those who like instant messaging. Starting this week it will be available to Fido subscribers in Canada. Here's a quote from the recent press release regarding the LG Canadian Texting Championships: "LG Neon, which is a slider model that features a full QWERTY keypad and easy touch screen for dialing (from Rogers Wireless and coming to Fido this week)".
The LG's recently announced QWERTY slider, the TE365 Neon (known as GT365 Etna in the US), will soon be arriving at Rogers, according to reports. The device is expected to cost $29.99 with a 3 year contract, $79.99 with a 2 year contract, and $149.99 with a one year commitment, and will be featuring: