Viewty Smart officially announced by LG
20 April 2009 — 2:00 PM
LG has said it hopes the new Viewty Smart will emulate the success of its predecessor - which managed to sell more than 6.5 million units.
It was noted the follow up to the 2007 Viewty, which is also known as the LG-GC900, is equipped with a new eight-megapixel camera featuring an Intelligent Shot Mode.
Dr Skott Ahn, president and chief executive of the firm, said the handset was "the next generation of LG camera phones".
"Viewty is back and better than ever, with new smart camera applications that take care of all the complicated camera adjustments and processing for you," he added.
Also on board the Viewty Smart is a three-inch WVGA touchscreen, LG's S-Class user interface, HSDPA network and Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as A-GPS geotagging, 1.5 GB of internal memory and MicroSD support.
Last week, Mobile Burn said a post on the manufacturer's German site - which was later removed - confirmed the change of name from the Viewty II to the Viewty Smart.
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