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LG announced BL40 Touch Chocolate for Europe

LG Electronics (LG), a global leader and technology innovator in mobile communications, today announced the worldwide retail release of the highly anticipated new Chocolate (LG-BL40). The stunning fourth handset of the Black Label Series will be available in Europe from mid-September before making its way around the world.





With the introduction of this bold new shape, the new Chocolate is essentially reinventing the way consumers view and use mobile phones. Designed with sleek sophistication, the strikingly unconventional 4-inch wide screen opens up an enlarged and more optimal space for “on-the-go” computing, allowing for an entirely new mobile experience that raises the bar of innovation.

Users will see things differently with the widened 21:9 panoramic display that establishes a new level of visual comfort for the reading of web pages and e-mail and dramatically brings videos and games to life with cinematic flair. Going wide also allows for the dual screen era to finally be brought to handsets for enhanced usability, which when combined with LG’s upgraded and intuitive S-Class UI brings a whole new meaning to the words “user friendly”.

The LG BL40, already announced last July, is not officially heading for Europe. Featuring a unique 4” 21:9 screen with a 800x345 resolution. Our BL40 is definitively full of surprises, like tis slide-down QWERTY keyboard, its Radio Tuner, Mp3 Player, WiFi, DivX support, GPS, Bluetooth, 78MB of internal memory, as well as being capable to support microSDHC cards up to 32GB, a 5Mpix Camera…

Beginning from the UK, the new LG Chocolate will be released across the Europe in September and will be expanded to the rest of the world from October 2009.

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