LG Apex

Last updated: Jan 10th, 2011.

The LG Apex is US Cellular's own version of the LG Ally first seen on Verizon. Though it was released nearly a year later, the specs remain without update. The Apex carries a 600MHz CPU, 3.2MP camera, and 3.2-inch display. The handset's most notable feature is its slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The four-row keyboard hosts several shortcuts and a directional pad for navigation.

Despite a lack of powerful hardware, the LG Apex is appealing to those skirting a major carrier and seeking a budget-level Android phone with an emphasis on messaging. 

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