Quick Take: The LG G4020 is similar to the LG C1300 for Cingular Wireless, except that it sports a monochrome external screen that shows the time, battery life, signal strength, and caller ID (where available). Offered by AT&T Wireless, the G4020 promises the same feature set as the C1300 and possesses an identical interface, with the same cramped keys found on the C1300. One difference: While the G4020 is small and light overall, it weighs marginally more than the C1300 (3.0 ounces) and measures slightly larger (4.2 by 1.7 by 0.8 inches). The phone is fairly priced at $139.99, but you should be able to find it at a discount.
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