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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.

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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.