I have to wonder who sits around coming up with names for phones? is there some group of people at these companies that just sit around all day thinking of names for phones? Seriously though, where do they get the names from? I guess I could say the same thing about car companies as well, where do they come up with some of those names.. anyway, the LG Fathom has just been announced from Verizon and it will be available May 27th online and it’s a smartphone with a 3.2” touch screen and a 1GHz processor along with a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard and it has a 3.2MP camera. It’s a business centric phone, that seems like it has many great features especially the price at $149.99 after $100 mail-in rebate with new 2yr contract.
Key features: -- Sleek slate blue case takes customers from Monday meetings to Friday outings -- Large 3.2" touch screen with Improved Touch Experience and vibration for tactile feedback -- 1 GHz processor -- Full slide-out QWERTY keyboard with simultaneous touch screen capabilities -- microSD(TM) slot for up to 16 GB of memory -- Wi-Fi® enabled (802.11 b/g/n) -- Bluetooth® 2.1 capabilities with support for the following profiles: headset, hands-free, dial-up networking, stereo, phone book access, basic printing, basic imaging, object push for vCard and vCalendar, file transfer, and serial port -- Built-in MP3 and WMA music player with music library, repeat and shuffle features, as well as stereo sound via headset or Bluetooth -- Windows® Media Player 10 Mobile and video player for WMV, MP4, and 3GP formats -- USB mass storage for file transfer between microSD card and PC -- One-touch speaker phone and speaker-independent voice commands -- Text to speech and voice-activated dialing for up to 4,000 entries
Web Site: http://www.verizonwireless.com/