The device was announced this week at an industry event in Singapore and is equipped with the software company’s latest Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system.
Microsoft senior vice-president of communications Andy Lees said that when used alongside the innovative LG 3D S-Class User Interface that comes installed on the handset – the gadget is likely to make many users happy.
“Combining LG‘s technology and design leadership with the Windows Mobile platform has resulted in a great phone that will enable consumers to stay connected with people, information and services they care about,” he explained.
The South Korean manufacturer also unveiled the LG Neon this week, although a UK release for it has yet to be confirmed.
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