LG Electronics has just introduced a stylish new clamshell phone for the Russian market, and it goes by the name GD350. While it doesn’t have much to show in the features department, it can certainly hold its own in the looks department. With an all-black exterior and gold accents, the LG GD350 has every right to be called sexy.
Despite its compact size, the LG GD350 packs enough features to keep your average cellphone user busy. On the outside, it features red LEDs and an external display that shows notifications for incoming calls, messages and the current date/time. It also has a 2-megapixel camera mounted on its upper half.
On one side of the LG GD350 lies a microSD card slot and up/down volume keys. On the other side, there’s a microUSB port. There’s also a built-in music player where tracks can be sorted by playlists, artist, album or music genre. From here, the rest of the specs get pretty basic (for a clamshell phone in 2010–meaning there’s FM radio, Bluetooth w/ A2DP, vibration/MP3 ringtones and an 800 mAh Li-ion battery).
The LG GD350 sells for 5490 rubles or about $186 USD in Russia.
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