The LG Marquee smartphone is heading to Boost Mobile and will soon be up for grabs from January 23 onwards. The handset boasts of a sleek 0.36-inch chassis which houses some decent features enhanced with the taste of Gingerbread.
The Marquee handset boasts of a 4-inch clear and bright 700-nit NOVA display on the front panel. The rear panel of the device has been embedded with a 5MP snapper complete with 3x zoom and 720p video recording capabilities. There is a secondary 2MP camera as well which aims to deliver quality self portraits.
“We are thrilled to partner with LG to add one of the best-kept secrets in the Android smartphone category to Boost Mobile’s device family,” shares Andre Smith, vice president-Boost Mobile. “The LG Marquee demonstrates the growing evolution of no-contract device options and pairs perfectly with Boost Mobile’s award-winning monthly plans where the longer you stay, the less you pay.”
The onboard processor is clocked at 1GHz and is backed by 4GB of internal storage. The handset is GPS enabled, proffers stereo Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity amongst other features for an enhanced mobile experience. Needless to say, users will have access to the Android Market as well as Google services such as Gmail and Google Talk.
The LG Marquee price tag reads out to be $279.99 without any contract since its arriving on the Boost Mobile network. Come January 23 and the handset will become available on the carrier’s official portal, while it should be obtainable through national retailers by the end of February 2012.