You can now officially kiss commercial-driven mobile TV goodbye with the LG-HB620T mobile phone, the first in the world to offer DVB-T or Digital Video Broadcasting-Terrestrial, the cost-free free cousin of Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld (DVB-H).
The LG-HB620T is set to be released first in Germany, and O2, T-Mobile, and Vodafone, will be among the first ones to get it. France, Greek, Czech and Austria are also possible targets for a consequent launch, where DVB-T is a commercialized service.
This handset, of course, is also more than just a ticket for free mobile TV. It’s also a high-speed mobile with HSDPA network support, and this is complemented full-blown Internet browsing on its 2-inch screen.
Other features include Bluetooth connectivity, a media player, 2 megapixel camera, and support for memory cards.
No details on pricing have been announced yet.
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