At this week’s CeBIT expo, LG will be rolling out three new additions to the KF range; the KF750, KF240 and KF300 handsets. The KF750, codenamed ‘Libra’, is the main one to keep an eye out for – it’s high end slider with a 5 megapixel camera, 160MB internal memory, VGA video camera and microSD card slot. The navigation touch pad looks to be the most exciting part and presumably is capable of displaying different symbols depending on which menu you’re in.
If you really can’t wait to get your hands on one and are prepared to accept some leaked photos and hastily typed copy as evidence that this is the high fashion handset for you, there’s a Romanian auction website claiming it already has one. By the looks of it the auction may well have been pulled already but my Romanian ain’t what it used to be so it’s hard to tell.
The KF240 is a music phone, sporting a 2 megapixel camera. Little else is known other than that it will be shipping to Latin America, China and other Asian countries quite soon, but will only come to Europe a bit later on. Nothing is known about the KF300, but CeBIT kicks off tomorrow so we probably don’t have long to wait.
via Unwired View
LG FLATRON L206WU LCD monitor announced
LG staying with HD DVD to the VERY END – sticking with Blu-ray and HD DVD combo drives
LG says Chocolate / Shine successor coming in May, plus new Viewty