LG has just introduced a new clamshell phone in South Korea – the LG SV800 / KH8000 / LH8000.
Also known as LG Lollipop, the handset is obviously targeted at young mobile users, and it comes in three color versions: Cutie Pink, Aqua Blue and “Boyish Titanium”.
On the outside, LG Lollipop has 220 tiny LEDs that can display various patterns – hearts, animals, cars and so on.
The phone looks good, although its design has nothing that we haven’t seen before:
Here are the handset’s main specs:
- CDMA and HSDPA connectivity
- 2.8 inch TFT internal display with 240 x 400 pixels
- Media player
- 3MP camera
- 1.3MP secondary camera (for video calls)
- MicroSD card support
- 106.5 x 51.5 x 13.4 mm
LG Lollipop should be available in South Korea starting this month, via all major carriers (SK Telecom, KTF and LG Telecom). No details about its release in other markets.
Source: LG (automatic translation from Korean)
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