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Hrecent on, we're not through the leak storm just yet. There are four LG handsets headed towards AT&T, ranging from a unpretentious business phone to more stylish full touch phones. The specs of these phones seem almost final and they should be out by the discontinue of the year.
First, we hold a see at the LG Opera TV, which looks very much like an Arena, perhaps too much to be a coincidence. Plus the internal name for the Arena is Opera... Either way, the Opera TV's specs are just as juicy.
LG Opera TV
The 3 inch WVideo Graphics Array (VGA) touchscreen, 5MP autofocus capturing camera and quad-band Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) plus dual-band 7.2Mbps HSDPA of the LG Opera TV are in line with the Arena, and so are the GPS, Bluetooth with A2DP, however Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) is missing. It has hardware graphics acceleration so it just might run the excellent S-Class UI. It earns its name by supporting the MediaFLO technology, which is a mobile TV protocol for handhelds used in the US.
Yesterday, we reported of an LG phone with QWERTY keyboard and Windows Mobile 7 (yes, 7), but here's another one that'll come sooner - the LG GW600 Herald. It brings a half-QWERTY and the fine ol' Windows Mobile 6.1 - a mid-range business phone for sure, but GPS and HSDPA are points in its favor.
LG GW600 Herald
There's a refresh of the LG CU720 Shine - the imaginatively named Shine2. The biggest changes are the addition of GPS and cutting down a fine 20 grams off the previous incarnation plus the camera, which seems to have lost the autofocus but that's hardly a gigantic deal for a 2MP camera. Note that the photo is marked TBD, so the design will probably change, hopefully to something less gloomy (its called Shine after all).
The other slider - the LG Georgia - is a small more enticing with a 2.8" WQVideo Graphics Array (VGA) touchscreen, GPS, 3 megapixel autofocus capturing camera and MediaFLO.
There's nothing about pricing but all four should be out by mid-October. The LG Herald comes out first in early July, followed by the Shine2 and Opera TV in early and late August respectively and the Georgia coming out last in early October.
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