Here we are again with another comparison chart, showcasing plenty of Android devices. This time around, while the chart is from Verizon, it’s not all in-house devices, as the Motorola Citrus is being compared to the Samsung Vibrant (T-Mobile), the Motorola Backflip (AT&T), and HTC Hero with Google (Sprint). But, there’s one device that the Citrus is being compared to one Verizon, and it’s called the LG Vortex.
The Vortex apparently features Android 2.2 right out of the box, and will let you interact with it on a 3.2-inch touchscreen. On the back, you’ll find a 3.2MP camera, and the display’s resolution is 320 x 240. As is happening on several new Android-based devices, especially those launched on Verizon, the LG Vortex will also feature the SWYPE keyboard preloaded.
The device will also launch with Verizon’s VCAST App Store, as well as have a 2GB microSD card included in the box. And yes, there will be Bing preloaded on the Vortex as well. Word has it that the device is going to launch on Verizon’s network on November 18th, so that’s looking to be a very busy day for Verizon employees.
[via Android Central]