LG G Vista coming to AT&T on August 22nd

It looks like AT&T is about to add another phone to its line-up with the introduction of the LG G Vista. The handset shares similar design and features of its more powerful sibling, the LG G3, but offers mid-tier specifications and pricing. 

The device features a 5.7" IPS 720p panel, 1.2GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor, 1.5GB RAM, 8MP rear camera with laser focusing, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 8GB of built-in memory with microSD expansion, and a 3200mAh removable battery. The handset also features LG's rear button design, which will come as a hit or miss depending on the user.

Overall, if you're looking for a larger device, this might offer the perfect combination of technology and value. The LG G Vista is priced at a $354.99 USD without contract. If you are signing up for new service with AT&T, the cost of the device will be $50 USD on a two year contract, $14.80/month on Next8, or $17.75/month on Next12. The LG G Vista will be available starting August 22nd online and at AT&T retail stores. 

Source: AT&TImage via AT&T 

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Note to the entire world, stop using the name Vista, that name has long been tarnished. Please get original and choose something else

Note to Intel, please stop using the names Atom and Celeron as good those CPU's are now, their names have also been long tarnished and are associated with "Slow pieces of crap"

warwagon said,
Note to the entire world, stop using the name Vista, that name has long been tarnished. Please get original and choose something else.

The name should be reserved for the Microsoft Corporation.

“I love this name. ‘Vista' creates the right imagery for the new product capabilities and inspires the imagination with all the possibilities of what can be done with Windows - making people's passions come alive,” said Jim Allchin former group vice president, Platform Managements at Microsoft.

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