LG Chocolate successor 'a very striking device'
15 October 2009 — 2:00 PM
Those considering mobile recycling to pay for an LG Chocolate BL40 may be buoyed by the comments of one reviewer.
In an article posted on the Mobile Burn website this week, Russell Jefferies considered the new entry into the South Korean manufacturer's range and noted it is a model that certainly looks impressive.
He explained that like its LG Chocolate predecessor - described as "very popular" in 2006 - the Bl40 "is a very striking phone", but added that this is not where the attraction with the device ends.
Mr Jefferies said the unit itself is quite heavy, but this is due to the build quality and use of decent materials in its manufacture, while the touch display may also prove popular.
"The LG New Chocolate BL40 is a fun handset with some great features and a fantastic screen that is mostly responsive and has the colours and contrast to worry some AMOLED displays," he concluded.
Last month, the device was shown off at London Fashion Week and has been given a makeover thanks to a special edition case put together by the Twenty8Twevle design label.
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