LG has yet another new handset on the market, with the KH1800 ‘Orange’ phone launching in Korea.
Specification is pretty average, packing in a 1.MP camera, e-dictionary, MP3 player and 3G conectivity, but what’s interesting is a ‘multitasking button’, allowing you busy things to so things like text, use your phonebook or set alarms whilst on a call. Although how that works in practice isn’t clear. The orange bit? I presume it’s just because of the colour combination, certainly nothing to do with the mobile network – although I wouldn’t be surprised it they took it up.
If you happen to be in Korea, you can pick it up for the equivalent of around £85.
LG (via Akihabara News)
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