However, the South Korean company is preparing a new handset from the KM series (thus music-oriented) that will come with both 3G and Wi-Fi.
LG KM900 is the name of the phone, and details about it have been published by LG itself.
The KM900 was approved by the FCC for the 850 / 1900 GSM frequencies (info found via Engadget), so I assume it’s a quad-band GSM phone. On the 3G side, the phone surely supports UMTS and HSDPA, but it’s not clear yet on which frequencies.
The known features of KM900 include:
A 240 x 400 pixels display, most probably a touchscreen
A 3.5mm headset jack could be in there too, since the KM500 and KM710 have it.
An LG KM900F also appears on LG’s website – it’s probably a regional version of KM900. Also, rumors about a GT500 and a GT810H have popped up, so we might soon see a big announcement coming from LG.
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