LG Mini GD880 unveiled

LG Electronics today announced its new touchscreen phone LG Mini (LG GD880),  which LG claims that it is the smallest and slimmest 3.2-inch full touchscreen phone on the market today.

The Mini GD880 features textured metal accents on the sides,  3.2 inch touchscreen with 16:9 aspect ration, button-free face, 5.0 megapixel camera with advanced face detection, Wi-Fi, HSDPA connectivity at 7.2 Mbps,  A-GPS, FM radio, It also includes several unique features like  Social Network Connect- which makes keeping in touch with online friends  and a Social Network Feed, which provides instant and automatic updates of friends and family members on the home screen.

LG Mini (LG GD880)

“We developed the LG Mini in response to specific requests from actual consumers who were unhappy with current full touchscreen phones that are too bulky, too clunky and too expensive,” said Dr. Skott Ahn, President and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “The easily pocketable LG Mini delivers great looks at a reasonable price, along with the trendy features that people want.”

LG Mini (LG GD880)

The LG Mini will be available in Europe starting in March, followed by other markets. Prices will vary country-to-country and will be announced separately in each market.

Source: LG

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