LG & AT&T have announced a new smartphone, the LG eXpo, which is aimed at the business market and it features an optional DLP projector that is attached to the back of the phone.
The LG eXpo features a 3.2 inch touchscreen LCD display, a slider QWERTY keyboard, built in A-GPS, plus a five megapixel camera and a microSD card slot.
“LG eXpo adds to our growing portfolio of smartphones that operate on the latest upgrade to our 3G network and offer customers a great choice,” said Michael Woodward, vice president, Mobile Phone Portfolio, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. “As we move to HSPA 7.2 technology, it is crucial to provide our customers innovative and future-proof smartphones.”
Other specifications include a 1GHz processor, and Windows Mobile 6.5, there is no word on battery life, and connectivity comes in the form of HSPA.
The LG Expo will be available from the 7th of December from AT&T for $200, which includes a $100 rebate, on a minimum monthly contract plan of $69.99, if you want the optional projector this is going to cost you $180 on top of the phone.