LG Optimus Zone 3 is landing on the shelves of Verizon Wireless
The US carrier Verizon Wireless is launching the entry-level LG Optimus Zone 3. The affordable smartphone costs $69.99 with the pre-paid plans of the mobile operator. The compact handset sports an elegant design with a patterned back plate. It is a 4.5-incher. The processor tucked in the gut of Optimus Zone 3is a quad-core 1.1GHz. The new smartphone is running on Android Lollipop OS.
It is outfitted with 32GB of storage by default which is a great amount of memory for the small-sized device. If you need more storage at your disposal, you can always use microSD cards with the LG Optimus Zone 3. The new addition of Verizon is outfitted with a 5MP primary camera. It is located on the back of the device. On the front side is set a 2MP secondary camera for video calls. It has Selfie Flash and Gesture shot. The mobile operator is releasing the budget phone in black. Let’s not forget to mention that the LG Optimus Zone 3 supports 4G LTE connectivity.
Some of the pre-paid plans of Verizon that are available for LG Optimus Z3 include $30 monthly payment that gives unlimited talk and text. The $45 every month buys you 1GB of data along with the unlimited text and talk. Customers who subscribe for the $60 monthly plan receive 3GB of data traffic, unlimited talk and text. The new smartphone is not equipped with high-end specs and special features, but it provides the perfect package for a basic Android device “dressed” in a compact panel. Would you buy the new budget handset of LG? Share with us.