LG has just announced that its new Black Label Series flagship phone, the BL40 Chocolate, is ready to hit the European market this month (September). Starting October, the phone will be released in the rest of the world.
Officially unveiled at the end of July, the LG BL40 is one of the most interesting phones of 2009.
The handset has a wide 4 inch capacitive touchscreen display with an unusual resolution of 345 x 800 pixels and a 21:9 aspect ratio.
The BL40 uses LG’s S-class 3D UI, and a new Dual Screen feature. Other specs include GSM and HSDPA connectivity, GPS, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm headset jack, FM transmitter, 5MP camera with flash, and 1GB of internal memory.
“The new LG Chocolate will dramatically change the way we interact with our phones. The new Chocolate reflects the originality and sophistication of the Black Label Series and like its predecessor, we are confident that the new Chocolate will create its own legacy and further enhance our standing in the market,” declared Dr. Skott Ahn, CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company.
LG Still didn’t say how much the BL40 Chocolate will cost.
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