LG Optimus Regard

Regional and prepaid carrier Cricket has finally joined the 4G LTE bandwagon with this mid-range device, the LG Optimus Regard. For specs, the Regard has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a 3.5-inch HVGA (that's 320x480, ouch) display, a 5MP camera all underneath Android 4.0 with LG's software improvements.

The specs aren't very inspiring, but the price may be. The Optimus Regard will be available at $249.99 (no contract required), on monthly plans with 2GB of data for $50. Which is hard to pass up if Cricket is your carrier of choice, but there's probably more value in other handsets out there if you're willing to switch carriers. Take a look at more of the details at the source link below.

Source: Cricket Newsroom; Cricket

There are 8 comments

Officer: "Can you identify your missing LG Optimus Regard?"
Owner: "Yes. It's like a cellphone... only smaller."

Jeff Kibuule says:

At first I thought that g was a t.

LoSes says:

"LG's software improvements", *chuckle*

lds710 says:

I thought cricket had the iPhone 5

JobiWan144 says:

So...whose LTE network is Cricket using? Sprint's? MetroPCS's? I would find it hard to believe that they built their own network.

lds710 says:

Believe it.

Jayshmay says:

What speed is Crickets LTE network putting out?

angryGTS says:

Uh why are the specs uninspiring? It has the same S4 processor as the Galaxy S3, the oly thing thats uninspiring is the resolution but the screen is so good it doesnt look like a resolution is that low, thats assuming its the same phone as the LG Motion on Metro. And ya LGs skin is much better and lighter than Touchwiz and Sense.