LG has added a new phone to its Android lineup on Verizon Wireless, the Optimous Zone 2. Definitely an entry-level device, the Optimus Zone 2 runs Android 4.4.2 features a 3.5-inch 480x320 display, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and a 3-megapixel camera. LG's software on the Optimus Zone 2 includes QuickMemo and Guest Mode.
The LG Optimus Zone 2 is priced for retail at $199.99, but Verizon is selling it with a pre-paid plan for just $49.99. It's facing some stiff competition in the cheap pre-paid smartphone space, with the Moto G offering substantially better specifications, though for $50 more (at least right now), and the Nokia Lumia 521 (on AT&T and T-Mobile) also bringing an all-around better device to the table, but again for a a few dollars more.
On the low end, $10 or $20 can make a difference to a buyer — they're not comparing these to the Samsung Galaxy S5's and Nokia Lumia 1520's of the world. If the LG Optimus Zone 2 somehow tickles your fancy, it's available now from Verizon.