LG's GPS-enabled KT610 Symbian smartphone

LG Electronics releases a Symbian, GPS-enabled smartphone called the LG KT610 at GSMA (3GSM) 2008 Mobile World Congress.

LG KT610

LG Electronics wasn't just about flash and touch screen phones at GSMA Mobile World Congress this year. The company also launched the LG KT610, a Symbian smartphone with integrated GPS to meet the needs of its business customers. The KT610 sports a candy-bar-style form factor that opens up to reveal a 2.4-inch screen and full QWERTY keyboard. There's also a small display and alphanumeric keypad on the exterior of the phone. Inside, the machine is running Symbian OS 9.2 (S60 3rd Edition) and is HSDPA capable. Push e-mail, a full Web browser, and multimedia capabilities are all in there as well. CNET UK's Andrew Lim got a hands-on look at the device, so check it out here.

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