LG Viper with 4G LTE for Sprint hits this month
The LG Viper is Sprint's first 4G LTE device, and it will be available in April for $100
The LG Viper with 4G LTE was announced by Sprint on Tuesday, and will become available some time in late April. The LG Viper runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread - it's April and, surprise surprise, still no Android 4.0 ICS - and comes with all the bells and whistles an Android phone can have.
Sprint's LG Viper will set you back a paltry $99.99, which isn't bad for a phone with these features: 1.2GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 5MP rear camera and VGA front camera, NFC and a 4-inch display covered with Gorilla Glass. And it has 4G LTE, too, even though Sprint's actual LTE network is virtually non-existent. It's coming. One day.
Both new and existing customers can pre-order the device on April 12, for everyone else the LG Viper will become available through all Sprint's sales channels later this month, though no specific date was given.