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LG has a Secret

The cat's out of the bag, and it's an HSDPA capable touchscreen fashion phone with a 5-megapixel camera.

LG's Secret isn't a secret anymore.

LG had a secret, they told us so in a teasing press release nearly three weeks ago. Now LG's revealed its secret to the world, and it turns out the secret was the Secret all along.

In a follow-up press release, LG has officially announced that the latest in its Black Label series of handsets will be the KF750, otherwise known as the 'Secret'. The company has hinted at some of the specs and features we can expect to find in this new fashion-conscious phone.

At 11.9mm in thickness the Secret will be the slimmest 5-megapixel camera phone on the market when it's released, and similar to LG's Viewty, will feature a 120-frame per second shooting mode; a fact that will no doubt please the number-crunching spec-heads, but seems entirely useless to us in day-to-day usage.

In addition to the high-end shooter, the Secret will also feature HSDPA data and a 'Google package' featuring Google Maps and direct uploads to YouTube. The handset itself will be constructed using carbon fibre, tempered glass, an accelerometer and 'Neon Touch Panel' featuring a 'mystifying blue navigation light'. Wow.

LG plans to roll out the Secret in Europe first, with the Secret to be released in Australia in July.