It sounds not-so LG but yes, it is. Lancet, regardless of its entry level tagging, is a true LG model sporting a diminutive 4.5 inch FWVGA multi-touch screen. Though the major specs of this model are past their prime, one can’t ignore that it carries virtual skin by Windows Phone version 8.1. Ah, and don’t forget the Verizon signature emblazoned at the back of its casing.
While there’s nothing special about Lancet, budget friendly and ‘advance-technology-is-not-an-issue’ peeps may find this deal enticing. Price tagged with $120 off contract, it might be the sole eccentricity Lancet has on its own name. Oh, and yes, we forgot to mention that it’s the first Windows phone to ever support Verizon’s Advanced Calling 1.0 feature. Meaning, it has the HD Voice calling ability even for a low-spec’d smartphone.
Despite Lancet not being even close to a Lumia set, it serves purpose to the crowd ready for Verizon’s service. When you want a monthly Edge plan contract with Verizon, Lancet only costs for $5.00 and as we’ve mentioned, it’s a $120 sans contract.
LG Lancet Specifications
- Dimension :129.80 x 64.80 x 10.70 mm, 143 g
- Display : 4.5” multi-touch screen; 480 x 854 pixels resolution
- CPU/Chipset : 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 8916, 1.2GHz quadcoreARM Cortex-A53
- GPU :Adreno 306
- OS :Windows Phone 8.1
- RAM : 1GB
- Storage : (internal) 8GB; (external) up to 128GB via microSD
- Camera : (primary) 8MP with LED flash; (front) 0.3 VGA
- Battery : 2100 mAh