Remember the LG GM730 Windows Mobile smartphone presented way back in February?
Well, LG has officially launched it today, but not before changing its appearance a bit: while the original GM730 had a round d-pad, the handset’s final version comes with a rectangular one.
This aside, it looks like the GM730 has the features that were initially announced. So it will come with GSM and HSDPA connectivity, Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, S-Class 3D User Interface, a 3 inch, 240 x 400 pixels TFT touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP camera with autofocus, and microSD card support, up to 16GB.
LG GM730 will be available for purchase starting July, in black, pink and lime. The first markets to get it are Singapore, Taiwan and other unspecified Asian countries. The handset’s retail price was not announced.
July is also the month when LG will debut its Application Store – which will have 1,400 apps at launch.
All in all, it’s a good day for Windows Mobile – no less than five WM smartphones have been announced today, including Samsung Omnia Pro B7610, Samsung Omnia II i8000 and Samsung Omnia Lite B7300.
Via Press release
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