Latest phone from LG 'has a screen equipped to impress'
31 July 2009 — 2:00 PM
Those looking to recycle used phones in the LG Chocolate range may be interested in the most recent addition to the series.
According to the South Korean manufacturer the BL40 builds on some of the successes of the series so far and is destined to be just as popular.
The newest LG Chocolate has a four-inch high definition display that offers a resolution of 800 x 345 pixels, as well as an integrated media player and a host of other features.
However, Dr. Skott Ahn, chief executive officer of the company's mobile communications division, said it will be the front panel that will be one of the BL40's biggest selling points.
"Although much of the interest seems focused on the striking shape of the handset, the real surprise will be when people discover the advantages of the four-inch screen in terms of viewing pleasure and ease of use," he added.
The launch of the new model may encourage users with used phones from the LG Chocolate range to consider mobile recycling as a means to fund an upgrade.
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