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LG Exalt® LTE | Verizon Wireless

Key Features

  • Big screen, clear views
  • Sturdy, comfortable, design
  • HD Voice-enabled
  • Text-to-speech
  • Clearer pictures and video
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BIG SCREEN, CLEAR VIEWS.

Exalt LTE unfolds to reveal a spacious, colorful 3.0-inch screen, one of the biggest available in any flip phone. A bigger screen makes it easier to read text, browse, or view pictures.

CLEARCALLING

STURDY, COMFORTABLE, DESIGN

A modern, minimalist design marries style and practicality. The sturdy, flip-open body protects the screen, and big, tactile buttons make it easy to use and dial.

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HD VOICE-ENABLED

LG Exalt LTE uses the Verizon 4G LTE network to enable HD Voice, for digital, high-resolution sound during voice calls. Hearing assistance amplifies sound, so it’s easier than ever to hear, even in noisy environments.

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TEXT-TO-SPEECH

An integrated text-to-speech function reads your text messages out loud, ideal for situations where you need to keep your hands free, or when it’s difficult to see.

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CLEARER PICTURES AND VIDEO

The 5.0 megapixel camera is capable of shooting clear, high-resolution pictures and HD-quality video. 8GB of storage and support for microSD cards up to 32GB (sold separately) gives you more room to save your memories.

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What People Are Saying

Rated 2 out of 5 by from New not Improved I bought this to replace my Octane which I loved but had over a decade and it was archaic and then dead and not 4G. Everytime I pick it up either the video starts or the volume goes down and was mystified at that one. It takes takes more stupid clicks to do things than the octane like manage messages etc. Can't get new ringtones for callers only songs I hear here. The battery drains so FAST! If I am on hold for a customer service/support person the battery goes down to nothing. I am old. My son got me a smart phone but unremovable icons and these old shaking fingers made it an impossible disaster. I WANT MY QWERTY KB BACK! I think you are missing a highly sellable demographic with us old folks. I hate this phone
Date published: 2019-02-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent basic phone,some important features missing Pros: -Build quality seems solid -Tactile feel and mechanics are pleasing -Good screen. You can fit more text or have larger text than a typical flip phone. -Nice selection of ring tones. Playback quality is good and loud. -HD audio is amazing! So much better even than landline. -Battery life good (several days standby) if you disable wifi and mobile data -Familiar, easy to use menu system and apps -Internet browser is fast (it will redirect you to google too aggressively, though) Cons: -A bit on the thick/large side. Still, I carry it in my pocket ok. -Cell reception/call quality is slightly worse than my LG Versa (cdma), but not too much worse. Tried wifi calling, but it didn't help at all (and confirmed it had good wifi signal and was in wifi call, but still dropped audio packets). -Calendar app is unusable. You cannot rely on being notified for appointments. There is no periodic reminder. You get your choice of text message sounds (~2 second beep or ding or whatever) and that's it. My LG Versa would keep playing the sound until you came to the phone and dismissed the notification. -Text messages do not have a "remind every X minutes" option like the older phones. Again, one ding and that's it. -Message+ text message app is laggy to open conversations. It also has a bug where you cannot create a text message to a group of contacts. You can try, but then when you get the group on screen, you can't select any of the contacts. -Contacts list cannot be searched easily. The text you type is searched within all of the contacts info. On my Versa, I could type the first letter of the contact and move to that segment of the list. On the Exalt, typing a letter will give all contacts that contain that letter somewhere in the info (email, first name, last name). Not very useful. -"Wifi disconnected" message pops up frequently even when wifi is still connected. Other comments: -Camera quality is ok, but nothing to write home about. -I see the review comment about being able to add my own notification sounds that are longer. This will help mitigate the calendar app problem, but still wish it could be fixed to behave like my old Versa.
Date published: 2019-01-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from missing features As a brand new flip phone I feel LG went back a couple of steps. 1. You cannot send a message to an entire group from your premade groups, so not really sure what the point of makeing a group option is for. 2, When T9 Word option is selected the entire phone is on T9 Word so it makes it very difficult to do things like search contacts unless you change it back to Abc which also turns messages back to Abc, as apposed to the old phones where you can save messages to T9 Word and contacts as Abc. 3, The old phones you were able to write new words and T9 Word would learn the words, but this phone you have to insert every word into the T9 Library. 4, While writing a message if you want to write a word that T9 Word does not recognize you cannot write a letter then hit right key to move to the next letter rather you have to hit space and CLR which is very annoying. I feel that if LG can fixes these things with an update it would make the phone a much better device.
Date published: 2018-12-20
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