• Large 3.0" Color Inner Display
  • LED Matrix Outer Display
  • 2.0 Megapixel Camera
  • Bluetooth® Wireless Technology 3.0
LG’s Exalt is perfection in a flip phone. It’s comfortable, light, and has a stylish design.

Technical Specifications

    • Carrier
    • Verizon
    • Form Factor
    • Flip
    • Camera
    • Yes
    • Web
    • Yes*
    • *
    • Verizon Wireless service required. Product features subject to change. Features based on carrier program availability. Additional charges may apply.


    • Type
    • Basic
    • Form Factor
    • Flip
    • Technology
    • CDMA*
    • Frequencies
    • 1.9 GHz CDMA PCS, 800 MHz CDMA*
    • Data Transmission
    • 1xRTT*
    • Dimensions
    • 4.37" (H) x 2.06" (W) x 0.62" (D)
    • Weight
    • 3.88 oz
    • Display
    • Internal: 262K Color TFT, 240 x 400 pixels, 3.0" (WQVGA), External: Monochrome LED, 15 x 7 pixels
    • Battery Capacity
    • 900 mAh**
    • Talk Time
    • Up to 5 hours and 30 mins**
    • Standby Time
    • Up to 17 days and 22 hours**
    • Total Internal Memory
    • 260 MB
    • MicroSD™ Memory Slot
    • Support up to 32 GB***
    • *
    • All listed frequency support is network/carrier specific. Roaming capability and network frequency support may not be available. Check with your network provider to see if and to what extent they offer support for this device.
    • **
    • Certain features may use more power and cause actual time to vary.
    • ***
    • Memory cards sold separately


    • Bluetooth® Version
    • 3.0
    • GPS
    • S-GPS Support for Location Accuracy


    • Camera
    • 2.0 Megapixel Camera and Camcorder
    • Camera Resolutions
    • 1600 x 1200 (default), 1280 x 960, 640 x 480, and 320 x 240 pixels
    • Video Resolutions
    • 320 x 240 (default) and 176 x 144 pixels
    • Image Editor
    • Zoom, Rotate, and Crop

Tools & Data

    • Tools
    • Calculator, Ez Tip Calculator, Calendar, Alarm Clock, Info Search, Stopwatch, World Clock, and Notepad
    • Phone Book
    • Up to 1,000 Contacts* – each stores five numbers, two email addresses, a picture ID**, ringtone and message tone IDs, a group, a street address, and notes
    • *
    • Depends on available memory
    • **
    • Depends on photos stored in your album (My Pictures)

What people are saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple to use! Switched from "that other company", had to pay the "ETF", no regrets. Haven't dropped a call since!
Date published: 2015-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best basic phone we have ever had! My fiancé and I got this phone a year and a half ago and have been totally satisfied and impressed with its performance, ease of use, numerous features, call quality, texting, and anything else one can think of. We have never had a single problem with either of our phones, no dropped calls and excellent reception no matter what area we have been in. Its quality is excellent and well worth a reasonable price. One will not go wrong with this phone! My fiancé and I very highly recommend this phone!
Date published: 2015-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A very nice flip phone I got this flip phone after I switched from another carrier to get better reception. I'm generally very happy with the phone. It has very good sound quality both for the user and for the person called. It has a shiny black finish and slips easily into a pocket. For me, it's a little too slippery, so I bought a nice snap-on protective case from Verizon. This has a grippy, rubberized finish and feels secure in my hand. Because this is an inexpensive flip phone, the camera isn't too hot and the display is small. Some of the menus are a little confusing. Texting is harder because you use the keypad instead of a touch keyboard on the screen. But that's OK as I don't use the phone as a camera and rarely text. (Get an inexpensive compact camera and you'll get way better pictures and video. Many are now WiFi compatible so you can post from the camera.) Overall, the Exalt is exactly what I need for making calls when I'm away from home and my primary computer. Recommended for this purpose.
Date published: 2015-08-14
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My LG Exalt, Model # VN360 keeps dropping calls at a very high rate. Can you advise as to what I can do? I tried to update the software and there is not one available.

Asked by: Mike102
Have to taken notice of where you are when your LG Exalt, Model # VN360 drops calls? Weak signals due to distance are one of the biggest causes of dropped calls. The further you travel from a cell phone tower, the weaker the signal. And the weaker the signal, the more likely you are to experience a dropped call. You may want to call your network provider to ask about their coverage in their area to see where the weak spots are where your phone is most likely to drop calls. Most phone carriers have a map on their sites that shows their coverage. Cellular signals are radio frequency waves and they behave like any other RF signal. Think about the FM radio in a car. If the receiver (in this case your cell phone or tablet) is too far away from the signal source – for our purposes, a cell tower – then the signal will be weak or may be undetectable. Local terrain like hills, mountains, ridges, bluffs, and similar terrain will block cell signals. Any situation in which there is higher ground between your phone and the cell tower can cause signal issues. Vegetation like trees, shrubbery, almost any kind of foliage can refract RF signals and interfere with your cell reception. Ask anyone who lives in a heavily wooded area how their cellular reception is. They’ll tell you – trees are wonderful things, but they do NOT enhance signals. Atmospheric conditions like poor weather can block signals. Even dust particles in the air can reflect and refract RF signals. A foggy day? Water vapor can diffuse RF signals. If your cell phone drops a call in your house, the building itself could be blocking your cell reception. RF waves don’t easily penetrate the brick, metal siding, concrete, steel, coated glass and other materials that form the exterior of most modern buildings. n urban areas, even when you’re outdoors, large buildings and other structures can deflect or distort RF waves and mess up your cell reception...^Ivan
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2021-09-09

Is this phone a 4g phone?

Asked by: Rivky
The LG Exalt, Model # VN360 is not a 4G phone. It supports the 1.9 GHz CDMA PCS, 800 MHz CDMA on Verizon's network...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2021-06-25
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