Verizon to offer Palm Pre Plus, Motorola Devour A555, LG VS750 in a few months

December 18, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran


Details of not one, but three mobile phones that would hop on to the Verizon network have been let out. The three smartphones have been described as devices that would generate a lot of interest in the coming days. Verizon would be offering the Palm Pre Plus, Motorola Devour A555 and LG VS750 for those who have remained Verizon loyalists and, of course, new subscribers too.

As per leaked reports, the three devices that would be offered would boast of WebOS, Android or Windows Mobile features. These smartphones would debut on the carrier’s network in a few months’ time.

The LG VS750, the first for Verizon, would be a Windows Mobile 6.5 device. Being touted as a world phone, LG VS750 will come with both CDMA and GSM support. The thin model would debut soon, and it is rumored that testing s in the final stages.

Though the leaked details don’t speak much on the specifications, it is believed that the Verizon Palm Pre would be a challenge to the Palm Pre now being offered by Sprint.

Meanwhile, the Motorola Devour A555 could take off from the lap of the Verizon DROID built by Motorola. Earlier called the Motorola Calgary, the Motorola Devour A555 could bring about a whiff of fresh air to Motorola enthusiasts considering that the smartphone model has been talked about much ever since the first announcement came. The Motorola Devour A555 is likely to come armed with a 3-megapixel camera and Android 2.1. Another luring factor about this smartphone would be that it would boast of the MOTOBLUR interface and social networking system.

We will have to wait for more specs on the three smartphones waiting to be lapped up by Verizon.

(Via Phone Arena)

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