LG isn’t known to produce phones with rather quirky and unfamiliar form factors. However, this is about to change, as the company is set to debut its very first 3G-enabled wrist phone, in the form of the LG-GD910. It’s a phone with a twist that fits on your wrist.
The LG-GD910 might not look like much, but it’s a fully functional mobile phone that even supports video calls. It will be officially unveiled in public on January at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2009. It is expected to be made available in Europe initially.
The LG-GD910 is considerably slim, measuring only 13.9mm thin, and features a 1.43 inch full touchscreen LCD. Other key features include the following:
- Voice dialing with built-in speech recognition
- TTS (Text To Speech) feature
- Front-facing camera
- Music player
- Built-in Bluetooth
It boasts download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps on HSDPA, though I have a problem finding that useful with the LG-GD910 being as it is.
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