Unreleased Bliss and Keybo2 show up on LG website


July 31, 2009 11:39am

bliss-keybo2-lgEven thought Bell and TELUS has yet to announce the upcoming release of the LG Bliss or Keybo2, LG has updated their website and given us all the specs and colours we can look forward too.

As we reported earlier, the LG Bliss will be released by Bell on August 7th from what we hear on the following price plans: 3-year contract: $79.95; 2-year contract: $129.95; 1-year contract: $229.95 and Outright/Prepaid: $279.95. LG describes the Bliss as: “Everybody wants to have the ultra slim LG Bliss – today’s hottest trend in touch screen technology. With a next generation user interface, large 3” touch screen, and sleek rounded design, this phone has a fresh look that’s sure to capture lots of attention. You can call your friends and catch up on the latest gossip while you browse today’s entertainment news on the web. You can take great photos or video with the 2.0 megapixel camera and camcorder, then share your coolest shots. Get in style with the LG Bliss — you’ll be happy you did!”

The Keybo2 will be released by TELUS also on August 7th. From the Best Buy ad we posted earlier you can expect the price plans to be the following: 3-year contract: $129.99; 2-year contract: $229.99; 1-year contract: $279.99 and Outright: $329.99.

LG describes the Keybo2 as “The perfect new phone for text messaging fanatics. Slim and feature-packed, the Keybo 2 boasts a full, compact QWERTY keyboard with large, widely-spaced keys and a 2.6” internal screen for easy, breezy texting. There’s a 3.0 megapixel camera and camcorder, music player, and a Favorites key to connect with most frequent contacts in a flash!”.

The specs and features of the Keybo2 are that the overall dimensions are: 4.11’’ (h) X 2.13’’(w) X0.65’’(d), weight of 3.77 ounces and has a 3.0 megapixel camera, full QWERTY keyboard, External display of 1.56 inches and will come in a stunning pink and black.

More here at LG Canada

  • 2real

    so far this phone has sucked for me. Hard to text with and to make outgoing calls. All i can do is answer calls. phone freezes and is slow. the bell store told me i was the first to buy this phone and they have no user feedback. Funny, the phones already been out a couple weeks and i'm the first to get it at their store???..now i know why.

  • Fred

    I hate this little phone of mine. This LG Bliss is a wanna be iphone that can’t do anything. It’s probably the same reason why bell’s not advertising it much either. They know LG gave them one big crap of a product.

  • Jeff

    I do not understand why people are comparing this phone to an iphone. It is not a data device and therefore it is like comparing apples to oranges. For people who think this is going to have the same functionality as an iphone, it is clear that they are going to be disappointed. This is a phone with a great mobile browser that, in many instances, allows you to view websites and have them appear the same way as they would on a computer.

    If you want your phone to be able to text, make phone calls and view webpages or email through the mobile browser then this is an excellent choice.

  • Jesykah

    i love my lg bliss. yeah it freezes when i’m texting but only when i’ve been texting a million miles a minute for hours at a time. i know how to fix it. even though i go through us cellular i work for sprint and i have to say that this phone is better than any phone i’ve ever had and better than any sprint phone that i’ve sold or come across. it does what i want when i want no matter what and the video quality is awesome. i seriously have NO complaints.

  • anonymous

    i’m making the switch from att to verizon and i’m debating between the bliss-keybo2-lg, the env3 blue, and the env touch would you help me decide?