LG launches two new mobile phones in its Cookie range
17 March 2010 — 12:00 PM
Recycling an old mobile phone could be an option worth considering for consumers looking to upgrade to their existing mobile phone to a new handset in the LG Cookie range.
The mobile manufacturer has announced two more mobile phones in the series - the LG Cookie Fresh and the LG Cookie Plus - following the success of the original device, which has sold 13 million units worldwide.
A range of themes and downloadable apps are available for the LG Cookie Fresh and the mobile comes in 16 different colours meaning that consumers could be spoilt for choice in terms of which shade to choose.
Dave Clarke, online marketing manager at Envirofone, says: "The LG Cookie is the perfect way to spend the cash you receive from Envirofone by trading in your old handset. Its great for social networking fans and the range of colours means theres a phone for everyone!"
The LG Cookie Plus is a 3G device focused on social networking, which might make it an ideal option for people who want to stay in touch with friends while they are on the move.
Both handsets are expected to be made available in late March.
LG also recently revealed its first Android handset, the GW620.
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