LG is adding three new devices to its army of touchscreen featurephones, all part of the just-announced Wink Series: LG Wink T300, LG Wink Style T310 and LG Wink 3G T320.
Reportedly designed to meet the demands of young users (the so-called Generation Z), the LG Wink phones come with wide social networking support, customizable interface, “intuitive and easy-to-use virtual QWERTY keypad”, “enhanced music functionality” (including FM radio and 3.5mm headset jacks), 2MP cameras, and MicroSD card support.
The LG Wink T300 (pictured below) is the smallest of the series, featuring a 2.4 inch QVGA touchscreen display – which LG dares to call “generous”.
LG Wink Style T310 has a 2.8 inch display and is touted as “one of the most fashionable full-touch phones on the market”:
LG Wink 3G T320 obviously features 3G connectivity, plus push email and a display that seems to have 2.8 inches. The recently seen LG T325 is a version of it.
All LG Wink phones will be available starting August in Europe and the Middle East. Other markets – Latin America, Asia (including China) and the CIS – will get the phones later in Q3. LG said nothing about the phones’ prices, but they should be on the low side – for example, the Wink T300 should cost about as much as the Samsung Champ (slightly over €100).
Via Press release
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