Verizon plans to launch a sequel to LG’s entry-level Optimus-branded smartphones: Optimus Zone 2 and Optimus Zone 3. However, according to Evan Blass, the new handset will drop the “Optimus” moniker in favor of a shorter naming scheme – LG Zone 4.
We’ve learned about the LG Zone 4
two weeks ago, and the fact that it should be launched at Verizon very
soon. Customers waiting for a budget-friendly Android smartphone will be
happy to know that LG Zone 4 is very close to its debut.
smartphone has been recently spotted at FCC (Federal Communications
Commission), which puts it one step closer to reveal. Sadly, no details
about its specs are listed at the regulatory agency, but at least we
know it will indeed come to Verizon since it features support for LTE
bands 2, 4, 5 and 13.
LG Zone 4 is listed at FCC with model number LM-X210VPP and comes with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS support. Just like its predecessors, the Zone 4 will be offered on prepaid probably for a price that won’t go above $100.