Orange discusses LG Touchscreen Watchphone
21 August 2009 — 10:25 AM
Those who are recycling mobile phones to purchase a device that offers something a little different may be interested in the latest comments from Orange.
Following its announcement earlier this year that it would offer the LG Touchscreen Watchphone as a limited edition option for UK consumers, the network has outlined some of the gadget's features.
Also known as the LG-GD910, the model goes on sale next Thursday and, for £500, buyers can expect access to a 3G+ mobile with a scratch resistant front panel, integrated media player and video calling.
Voice activated command will allow users the full Dick Tracy experience, while a VGA camera and Bluetooth support mean the item is as well equipped as other traditional handsets on the market.
Francois Mahieu, director of devices at Orange UK said: "The device really is highly original and exclusively limited - so you'll be the envy of all your friends if you're fortunate enough to get your hands on one."
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