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The black LG VX8500 is the first LG Chocolate phone to make it in the U.S.
The LG VX8500 is a slider phone with rather slippery and flat buttons.
The LG VX8500 Chocolate is a slim and compact phone that fits nicely in the hand.
The LG VX8500 Chocolate features circular, touch-sensitive buttons.
The LG VX8500 Chocolate has a 1.3-megapixel camera lens on the back.
The black LG KG800 Chocolate is the GSM version of the VX8500 Chocolate. It's available unlocked and can be used in the U.S. with any GSM carrier.
The KG800 is not too different from the VX8500. It's also a slider phone with flat and slick buttons.
The LG KG800 is thin and compact like the VX8500.
While the VX8500 Chocolate has a circular button layout, the KG800 has a square button layout instead. The buttons are still touch-sensitive though and take awhile to get used to.
The camera lens layout may look different than on the VX8500, but the KG800 has the same 1.3-megapixel camera resolution as the VX8500.
The LG VX8500 Chocolate also comes in white.
The red LG VX8500 Chocolate is dubbed the Cherry.
The LG VX8500 Chocolate is an unusual green color, hence its name, Mint.
LG came out with a special strawberry-pink edition of the LG VX8500 Chocolate for Valentine's Day 2007.
The LG KG800 Chocolate has a white version.
The LG KG800 Chocolate also comes in pink.