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The LG Splendor will be in U.S. Cellular stores starting tomorrow for $79.99 after mail-in rebates. We caught a glimpse of this one a few days ago with a hint that it's sporting a 1700 mAh battery. As far as official specs go, the LG Splendor has a 4.3-inch display, 1 GHz processor, and a 5 megapixel camera on the back with a nifty voice-activated shutter - just say "cheese".  It's only 0.34 inches thick, though it only hosts 2 GB of internal storage plus the 4 GB microSD memory card it comes with. On the software side, the LG Splendor is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and has a cool Smartshare DLNA app for shunting photos and video to the TV, as well as QuickMemo, for handwriting notes on top of pictures. 

Sure, it's dab smack in the mid-range, but since we're in the thick of back-to-school, affordability is king. Any U.S. Cellular customers in the house looking for a new phone?

 

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U.S. Cellular announces mid-range LG Splendor

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I think they should mount razor blades on all 4 corners. How cool would that be? I bet that would feel GREAT in my pocket right next to my twig and giggleberries.

Seriously, what is the deal with some of these phone designs? Who thinks sharp 90 degree corners are a good idea on a large (and growing) device that people need to carry around in their pockets.