Summary: The Neon II has a different design for the keyboard and instead of three it has four row QWERTY keyboard. It also supports 3G and has a touch screen which is quirky and only works with the phone dialer. It has 2 mega pixel camera and touch sensitive soft keys which doesn’t have huge fans. After 2 year agreement it is available for $29.99. It has various quirks which prevents us from recommending it as there are many better devices in AT&T’s line up.
Conclusion: So it's another year and we're basically still unchanged with the unflattering performance of the LG Neon II. Not only does it retain most of the same hardware and design elements employed by its predecessor, but its overall performance did not budge a single bit. Even though its $29.99 price tag might prove alluring for some people, especially being a quick message device, there are some far better solutions available on AT&T's lineup that would offer an uplifting...
Excerpt: The LG Neon II is a horizontal sliding feature phone that boasts a full and spacious QWERTY keyboard, 2.4-inch display generating 240 x 320 pixels, a 2MP camera with digital zoom and an assortment of photo effects, and video record. The LG Neon II features an MP3 player, internet browsing capability, GPS (including turn-by-turn navigation and voice navigation), Bluetooth 2.0 and memory expansion up to 16GB via microSD.
Excerpt: Prestes a chegar ao mercado americano pela AT&T, o LG Neon 2 é um celular com teclado QWERTY de 26 teclas que desliza pela lateral do aparelho, trabalhando ao lado de um display touchscreen de 2,4 polegadas na resolução QVGA (320 x 240 pixels).