Verizon Network extender allows you to watch video and stream movies on your phone or tablet without having to plug in an external device.
The device can be plugged into your home Wi-Fi network, or a connected computer or TV, or on the Verizon network.
Verizon also announced today that it has added a second-generation version of the device called the VE-1.
The VE1 has an increased resolution of 720p, a new screen and a higher-resolution audio receiver.
Verizon will sell the device starting at $70 for the device that is currently available only in the US.
This is not the first time Verizon has released a new phone or device with a new video or video-streaming feature.
The company previously announced the VF-1, the VU-1 and the VV-1 devices, but they all didn’t launch until the end of this year.
You can read the full Verizon press release for more information.
The VE 1 is Verizon’s latest device that has an upgraded camera, a better camera quality, better Wi-Gig and better battery life.
Verizon says that it’s the most advanced camera ever developed for a smartphone, with an advanced autofocus system and a wide-angle lens that lets the device capture up to 25 megapixels for better low-light performance.
Verizon said that the new VE is capable of recording 720p video in 4K, with a 2X zoom.
Verizon is also launching the VEA-1 device for streaming and video recording in 1080p.
The new VEA1 is compatible with the latest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices.
The new VFA-1 also supports the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but only in certain areas.
The Verizon VEA 1 will also work with the HTC U11, but the HTC-made phone is currently not available.
Verizon says that its new VTE-1 smartphone is the first device to include a new wireless audio feature, known as VoiceOver.
VoiceOver works with the device’s built-in speaker system to create and control a personal audio interface with the phone, which allows you and up to five others to interact with the voice-activated display.
Verizon first announced VoiceOver in April 2015.
VoiceOver will be available on the VEE-1 on Verizon’s next-generation 4G LTE network in July, with the VFA and VE devices hitting Verizon’s network in November.
The VoiceOver feature will be offered on the first generation of the Verizon VE 2 and VEE 2 devices, the next-gen VE 3 and VOE 3 devices, and the next generation of Verizon’s new VOE 4 and VEA 4 devices.
The Verizon VEE and VCE-1 phones also include VoiceOver support.
Verizon released an FAQ on the device yesterday, but it did not explain what the feature does or how it works.