LG Watch Phone GD910

June 26, 2009

First touch watch phone in the world to feature 7.2 Mbps 3G HSDPA compatibility, enabling high-speed data transmission and video phone calls using the built-in camera.
The Watch Phone is fully capable of sending text messages, making phone calls and incorporate voice recognition features, Text to Speech, Flash Interface, MP3 player, stereo Bluetooth and a built-in speaker.

This is better than Dick Tracy’s phone!

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LG GD900 Crystal

June 16, 2009

LG has created the world’s first transparent design.
LG GD900 Crystal has a drop-down transparent keypad. It is also a fully functional touch key pad that works like a touch pad found on Laptop computers. It’s Mouse Mode feature lets you browse the internet in smooth movements and flip through your contents with swift easy strokes while the exclusive “Multi Finger Touch” feature enables two-finger touch recognition for faster response time.

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LG’s red dot “Best of the Best” winning product. A simple and easy-to-use portable speaker with a swivel hinge and free-form design. The unit can be easily connected to music devices such as MP3 players and mobile phones via a Bluetooth wireless connection.
LED lights on the unit blink in a unique rhythm, bringing a visual element to the listening experience.

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LG DVS450H DVD Player

September 4, 2008

This upcoming DVD player from LG Electronics can be set up horizontally or vertically, or mounted on a wall. The new LG DVD player has a HDMI connection that gives a full HD resolution of up to 1080p. An external hard drive or other devices can be connected via the USB port. The DVS450H supports the following formats: DVD, CD, DivX, MP3, WMA and JPEG. In addition to these, it also supports the compressed DivX HD and Xvid-H formats.

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LG Glimmer Phone

March 17, 2008

LG Glimmer phone combine a touchscreen with a slide-out keypad underneath. The 2.8-inch touchscreen lets you control the 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and AGPS (assisted GPS), but if you’ve got ham hands you can slide out the keypad and call from there. The Glimmer also have a microSD card slot that holds up to 4GB. Hmmm…


First there were the laptops with big name car brand designs, now we have mobile phones with big name car brand designs and fashion labels.
The Hummer slider phone with camo prints has specs which you can expect from a standard multimedia phone it sports a 2.2 inch touchscreen supporting 262k colors, 2 Megapixel camera, 25 MB of onboard memory, FM Radio, Bluetooth A2DP and Micro SD card slot.

The Vertu Ferrari 1947 has a scaled-down replica of the Ferrari brake pedal in aluminium on the back, a prancing horse on the front and a black and red leather trim.

The first Porsche Design Mobile Phone was christened in Germany as the “P’9521”. The casing, which is “milled out of a solid aluminum block,” has a double-hinged screen that can be rotated 180 degrees when the phone is used as a camera. Even more interesting is the handset’s biometric security features, which include a fingerprint reader that can be programmed to correspond with various functions.

The LG Prada is a very attractive, slim, candybar handset with a large color touchscreen that looks a tad like Apple’s iPhone. It was conceived by designers from both LG and Prada–Miuccia Prada herself was involved in its design. 54mm wide by 99mm tall by 12mm deep, microSD slot, 2-megapixel camera with LED photo light, touch screen, video player,  but no 3G or Wi-Fi connectivity.

The RAZR V3i D&G is clad in a bright gold skin and features D&G-themed wallpapers and ring tones. The feature set and basic form factor unchanged form the original RAZR V3. The color scheme extends to the inside of the phone as the navigation array, the keypad buttons and the border surrounding the internal display are covered in the same bright hue. You also get a gold D&G dangle that attaches to your handset, and the box is covered in gold as well.

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LG e-Book

December 3, 2006

LG introduced e-Book, an ecological laptop concept that uses fuel cell batteries and features organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display technology. This concept notebook received a Red Dot Award nomination for “Best Concept Design” for 2006. It also features a transparent cylindrical hinge that is used as storage for clean fuels such as methyl alcohol. The keypad will also be made of a singe OLED panel, like the one used in LG’s Chocolate Phone.

“Under the current technology, it’s extremely expensive to build such a laptop. But it’s possible,” said Na Joo-young, public relations official of the company. In other words, wait long long…

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LG KG920

November 11, 2006

Solid build quality; swivel design allows for innovative shooting angles; numerous dedicated keys; 5-megapixel CCD with autofocus; bundled with second battery; bright LCD screen; good image quality; Xenon strobe flash. Not 3G, not smart. Looks like ancient voice recorder. Nice machine for spies and sci-fi movies…

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LG KE820 Cardphone

October 27, 2006

Samsung said “its not so hard to imagine”, so LG said “ok, heres KE820 to compete with your SGH P310“, and so the war continues with each being less imaginative than the next.

Power packed with 2 mega-pixel auto focus camera, 128 MB user memory and external memory slot (MicroSD), FM Radio and MP3 player, Plug and Play USB Mass Storage & PC sync, triband, GPRS & EDGE, Video & voice recording & playback and bluetooth, the phone is only 9.9mm thick. It is a successor to the KG320.

Innovation must be a dirty word in Korea…

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LG Chocolate Black Label II

September 25, 2006


LG Chocolate II, the successor to the Chocolate KG800 which has an innovative touch-sensitive navigation keypad, which is inactive when the phone is closed and locked, but glows vibrantly red when you slide the screen up. On sale in Korea, it is loaded with all features necessary for today’s GSM cellphone – built-in camera with flash, Real MP3 player, 512 MB of built-in memory, special music access keys, equilizer, QVGA LCD screen, multitasking capabilities and other.

But that’s not important, the functions just don’t impress me. The most important thing for 16.5mm LG Chocolate II slider- it has to look better then it’s predecessor.

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