Verizon LG G Vista and its specs leak ahead of supposed launch tomorrow



Murmurings of Verizon’s LG G Vista have crept back into the rumor mill. This time, the device has gotten leaked in crystal clear detail, and we even get a healthy list of specs to take in while we await its supposed revelation and launch tomorrow. The device undoubtedly fits itself square into the phablet category with a 5.7-inch 1280 x 720 display. Here are other internals that you probably care about:

  • 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400
  • 1.5GB of RAM
  • 3,200mAh battery
  • 8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and laser-assisted autofocus
  • 8GB of internal storage w/ microSD
  • Android 4.4 KitKat

That’s about as mid-range as mid-range can get. The device borrows LG’s coined rear-facing buttons arrangement, and will no doubt come with LG’s custom user experiencing that features KnockOn and KnockCode, an extreme battery saving mode and a lot more.

The LG G Vista supposedly comes in at an off-contract price of $499.99, or $99 on a new two-year contract. No idea on what the Verizon Edge price is looking like just yet, but if we go by the standard off-contract price spread over the course of 24 months it brings us to about $20.83 per month. All that’s left to do now is to wait until tomorrow to see if Verizon hasn’t suddenly changed their mind about launching it. Let us know if you have your eye on this one.

[via Droid-Life]

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  1. Something to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Mega and HTC One Maxx. I kinda like it; however, 1.5gbs of ram? REALLY LG?

    1. They should’ve use the S600 and 2GB of ram…

  2. nice battery

  3. $499.00 (off contract) is too high considering you can get the LG G3 for only $100 more… but then maybe that’s Verizon’s strategy – to try to upsell you to the G3 if you walk in to show interest in this one.

  4. People who choose to pay full price or even installment aren’t going to go gaga over the $150 outright or the $3-$4/month they’d save on this mid-range phone over the LG G3. This is more for people who buy on contract and think that high-end phones are only worth $200. They’ll see this at $99 and think, “wow, half the price of the G3!”

    1. In the age of information ignorance is a choice.

  5. With the latest Nexus rumors, I doubt this phone sells much at all. I never got how these companies can put 1.5 GB of RAM. The Nexus 5 is still the best buy (no pun intended) for people looking to spend mid range money, but get the best phone available. Only $100 cheaper than the G3 without a contract, I think.

    1. The Nexus is a small seller. This is a Verizon phone as well. The Nexus doesn’t run on Verizon.

      1. Actually, it did. Galaxy Nexus. Don’t like the fact Verizon’s selection sucks? Then switch companies. Can’t have your cake and eat it.

  6. $500? for that?

    don’t insult me..

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