New LG handset 'good for novice smartphone users'
17 June 2009 — 5:00 PM
The latest phone to emerge from LG could be of interest to those recycling mobile phones for a new Windows-powered smartphone.
It was announced this week that the South Korean manufacturer had a new flagship device to offer consumers - the LG GM370 - a handset that boasts the newest 6.1 version of the Microsoft software.
According to LG, when coupled with its 3D S-Class user interface, the model delivers the most advanced technology in a way that is easy to use and practical for day-to-day services.
Dr Skott Ahn, chief executive officer of the manufacturer's mobile business, said this would be particularly good news for those who need a smartphone, but are new to their associated features.
"Starting with LG-GM730, we are introducing a new direction for phones that are smart and advanced but at the same time, user-friendly," he added.
This week also allowed LG to showcase its LG-GD900 at the CommunicAsia 2009 event in Singapore.
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