Anyone think we’re nearly running out of choices for music-centric mobile phones? Me neither. But Alltel now offers yet another solution for your lack of a Walkman (or if you’re hip, iPod), in the form of the LG Rhythm.
The LG Rhythm is the U.S. variant of the LG KM710, and features a 2-inch screen, 3.5mm headphone jack and a bunch of music feature-activating shortcuts clustered upon its face. There’s even a huge music note drawn dead center below the screen, probably to denote something. That it’s targeting music-minded users, perhaps?
Sarcasm aside, the LG Rhythm for Alltel also works with Bluetooth headphones and has an FM transmitter, for those times when you want to cut loose from your wires but still want to enjoy good music. And when you run out of tunes, a handy FM radio is on-board, as is a 1.3 megapixel camera and microSD card slot.
But exactly how inexpensive will it be? Just $120, senior, after a $50 mail-in rebate under a standard 2-year contract.
Via Phone Arena
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