LG Viper 4G LTE with Google Wallet makes life easier

May 17, 2012
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Last month LG released their new LG Viper 4G LTE for the Now Network. Although 4G LTE still isn't quite available one of the other important and awesome features of LG's Viper is NFC capabilities. Coming out of the box with Google Wallet we decided to give you all an actual first hand look at using Google Wallet to make a purchase or pay for parking using the LG Viper 4G LTE. It's little things like the low price, and Google Wallet that makes life easier with LG.

Now Google Wallet has been available since late last year but hasn't seen the attention or widespread use we all thought. With a few vulnerabilities fixed and Google possibly thinking about sharing revenues with carriers hopefully this new way of eCommerce will start to flourish. Not only is the new LG Viper 4G LTE a powerful dual-core phone, but it's extremely affordable, and a great mid-range phone with tons of high points like the upcoming LTE and NFC options. You can check out our full review here before enjoying our Google Wallet hands-on below.

LG Viper 4G LTE Google Wallet hands-on

After that quick little tour of Google Wallet on the LG Viper 4G LTE you can see just how extremely simple and easy it is to manage things using the two together. LG's been having fun with their "Dad Wallet" campaign over at Facebook.com/LGUSAMobile and you can join in on Facebook. Asking fans to submit pictures of their parents huge wallets full of junk, and in return why they should replace that bulky wallet with a new smartphone and Google Wallet like I've done myself.

Essentially what it all comes down to is the LG Viper 4G LTE is an awesome Android smartphone that any parent would love for Mother's Day or the upcoming Father's Day. It's powerful, budget-friendly, and will help simplify your social and work life with 4G LTE speeds and convenient features like NFC with Google Wallet and more. Try one out today or learn more at LG.com/Viper.

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    But what carrier? Where can I get this great phone? ;)

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  • Not a Moron

    Just to give you an idea of how well this site has its shit together: On this demo of the phone using the NFC chip for Google Wallet, their description of the phone says it doesn’t have NFC. EL FAIL.