AT&T and LG Electronics have unveiled the first 1GHz smartphone to be offered in the US called the LG eXpo. The device is aimed at business pros and will be an AT&T exclusive. The handset will run on the newly updated HSPA 7.2 Mbps network.
Don't Miss: The NES Classic In Stock at these Stores
The handset is also the first offered in North America that has an optional pico projector. The projector snaps onto the back of the handset to allow the user to share presentations directly from the mobile phone. The device also has a number of other interesting features.
The handset has a Smart Sensor with fingerprint recognition via AuthenTec sensors that eliminates the need for pin codes and passwords to unlock the handset. The handset runs Windows Mobile 6.5 Pro and has a 3.2-inch touchscreen and a slide out QWERTY keyboard. The device will be available starting December 7th for $199.99 after a mail-in rebate.