LG sells over 2m Cookies
9 April 2009 — 5:00 PM
LG has announced that its KP500 mobile phone has now sold over two million units worldwide.
The South Korean manufacturer, which recently added the Arena to its multimedia devices, explained that the affordability and range of features to be found on the device was partly the reason for its popularity.
Also known as the LG Cookie, the KP500 was debuted in October last year and incorporates a three-inch full touch interface with an onscreen qwerty keyboard.
The phone also has a three-megapixel camera, an integrated media player and video recording.
Dr Skott Ahn, president and chief executive of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company, said the Cookie represented the latest technology at a price that would suit most pockets.
"We wanted to allow more people to benefit from the advanced touch technology that we introduced in previous touchscreen handsets," he added.
The LG Cookie is available in Black, Vandyke Brown, Anodizing Silver and Elegant Gold.
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