The FCC has approved a new Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone from LG, namely the LG GW600.
According to GW600’s User Guide unveiled by the FCC, the handset features Video Share, which is an AT&T service. In consequence, the new LG smartphone should reach AT&T sometime in the near future.
The LG GW600 has a half-QWERTY keyboard, a touchscreen display (probably with 240 x 320 pixels) and a stylus.
Other features include:
- Proximity sensor
- Light sensor
- 3MP camera
- MicroSD card support
So, what do you think? Could this LG GW600 rival the Nokia E71x or a BlackBerry?
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