It’s not just HTC pushing out Windows Mobile 6.5.3 smartphones despite Windows Phone 7 being due at the end of the year. Details of a new LG handset, the LG VS750, have emerged, which will apparently launch on Verizon’s network come mid-April 2010. A touchscreen slider with a full QWERTY keyboard, the VS750 will support global roaming with EVDO Rev.A for use in the US and quadband GSM with UMTS/HSPA for when owners are abroad.
Windows Mobile runs on a 3.2-inch WVGA resistive touchscreen and there’s WiFi b/g, Bluetooth and a 3.2-megapixel camera with VGA video recording. Memory is 512MB flash and 256MB RAM, along with a microSD slot content with up to 16GB cards.
Verizon will apparently bundle the LG VS750 with a stylus, USB cable and a wall charger with interchangeable plugs for worldwide use. The whole thing measures in at 4.53 x 2.20 x 0.65 inches and weighs 5.36oz. No word on pricing nor anything official on Windows Phone 7 updates, but we’re guessing that – despite the buttons – the resistive screen technology and the low onboard storage will mean owners will have to make do with Windows Mobile 6.5.3.