The LG Tritan was rumored to launch in June on U.S. Cellular and starting today it is officially available. The Tritan features a 3-inch QVGA touchscreen, full QWERTY keyboard, full HTML browser, 3G connectivity, music player, G sensor, Bluetooth and a 3 megapixel camera. Pricing details are still elusive, oddly, but expect it to be under $100 after rebate. Hit the jump for the full press release.
Earlier today we firmed up a whole mess of U.S. Cellular release dates through the end of June. Of course, some of the handsets were more exciting than others and it just so happens that one of our ninjas snapped a live shot of the LG Tritan, due out on June 8th — definitely one of the more exciting phones due out for the small carrier this month. To recap what we know so far about this side-sliding beauty, it sports a 3-inch QVGA touchscreen, full QWERTY keyboard, full HTML browser, music player, G sensor, Bluetooth and a 3 megapixel camera. As far as pricing goes, nothing is confirmed yet but we’re hearing it could be $100 or less after rebate — and don’t forget, a $20 per month data package will be required. Excited, U.S. Cellular customers? Hit the jump for a larger image.
More news today from Motorola it would seem, as the first live shot of its upcoming ZN300 handset emerges from the depths of the interwebz. Three cheers for a Moto feature phone! No? Ok then. The ZN300 was first mentioned in an FCC document just a few days ago and we already have a live image of the mid-range handset. In a departure from Moto styling of old, this sleek slider touts a completely new button layout beneath an undersized 240 x 320 display. Dedicated zoom buttons? Interesting, and peculiar. It also looks like a centered silver button of some kind may offer an interesting new menu navigation method but we can’t really say for sure at this point. The only other rumored details so far give the ZN300 a 3 megapixel camera and and Opera browser out of the box. We’re not entirely sure many will be waiting on the edges of their seats but hopefully we’ll have more info on this humble handset soon.