Full specs of the upcoming Rogers LG Neon2

Kate O'Brien

August 11, 2010 3:42pm

Rogers is prepping to release the LG Neon2 – dummy phones have arrived at stores and so has stock. The only thing missing is a full rundown of the specs. Talking a look at the LG Canada site shows all the goodness of this slider.

If you’re thinking about getting this here’s what you can expect the specs to be: Slide with a full QWERTY keyboard, 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen display with a resolution of 240×400, 5 hotkeys, can hold up to 8GB with a microSD card, 2 megapixel camera with video capabilities (2x zoom), FM radio, MP3 player, Bluetooth, overall dimensions are 107.5×52.5×15.9mm with a weight of 122 grams. In addition, this apparently comes in 4 colours. The only price point we know of currently is the 3-year at $29.99.

There are a few more images after the break, but you can check it out here at LG

  • yha

    haha this is one cute phone!

  • Adwin L

    I wonder if the “cute” sounds from text-input can’t be disabled again…

  • Brian

    I wonder if this will be a gigantic, heaping pile of glitchy crap like the first one.

    Turn the phone wrong way? Sorry the battery falls out! Oh what’s that, your phone turns off randomly? User error. Yeah no thanks.

  • Gere

    The first Neon is an absolute joke – the past few weeks have been hell using one since my Blackberry fell in the toilet. It crashes all the time for no reason – anything from opening and closing the sider to pressing a button makes the screen turn blank. The keyboard is non-responsive so texting is actually slower than T9, the menu is horribly slow, and the touchscreen has ONE function: dialing numbers from the standby screen – what a waste of a responsive touchscreen. My old Sony Ericsson K790a did everything twice as well as the Neon I’m using at the moment. August 27th can’t come close enough – that’s the day I’ll finally receive my iPhone 4.

  • FadedSpark

    these may or may not be on sale already… o.o whoops.

  • FadedSpark

    oh, yeah… 174.99 outright

  • Hauer

    I think the original neon was so bad because Rogers totally raped the firmware…

  • adam

    welll i think the phone looks friken good its just lets hope it works good

  • FadedSpark

    I’ll let you know adam, If my ADD customer returns it tomorrow… XD

  • brookeyCookeyful1212

    I LOVE THIS PHONE!!!!!!!!! IM SOOOOOO GETTING IT ITS PERFACT, SMALLL BUT CUTE, A BIG TOUCH SCREEN AND TINY BUTTON A QWERTY KEYPAD PERFACT I SOOO WANT IT !! CANT WAIT FOR MY MOM TO BUY IT!!!!!!!!!

  • hamilover

    what are the four colours? apparently it only comes in white…

  • Tori

    i asked for this phone for x mas . is it good ?

  • emily

    kaay. im a 12 year old girl, and i have this phone. I asked for it for my birthday, which was last september, and i love it. Its really girly, so i really dont reccomend this to guys. I love the touch screen, and the text messaging buttons work well. My friend has the first Neon, and its garbage compared to the second. It was a livesquare thing, and its cute. Kinda worthless, but funny. I never use the middle button, but I guess it would look odd with just a call and decline button. I really do like this phone, but better for students, not adults. :) <33