LG is determined to repeat the success of Motorola’s RAZR with wildly popular LG KG800 Chocolate hit phone. Korean vendor even knows how to do it:
When you suddenly got a hit phone on your hands, keep it fresh and keep it cool. This is what Motorola has done when itâ€™s RAZR sales exploded, churning new RAZR variation every few months. This is what LG is now trying to do.
Even as the old LG KG800 chocolates are hitting western markets, Korean cellphone vendor has announced next generation LG Chocolate II Black Label phone for Asia.
LG Chocolate II (LG-SV600 and LG-KV6000) will go on sale through SK Telecom and KTF networks today. It is loaded with all cool features necessary for todayâ€™s cellphone – built-in camera with flash, Real MP3 player, 512 MB of built-in memory, special music access keys, equilizer, QVGA LCD screen, multitasking capabilities and other. But that’s not important. The most important thing for 16.5mm LG Chocolate II slider- it has to look better then it’s predecessor. And with Black Label Gold and Platinum editions LG got that one right:
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