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LG GT540

Slim and lightweight

Color GT540

LG GW550

LG GW620

LG GM750

LG GW990

The GT540 is LG's latest Android smartphone. It is a quad-band phone with dual-band UMTS and HSDPA 7.2 Mbps. It has a nice 3-inch display plus three physical keys underneath.
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Measuring 4.29 inches long by 2.15 inches wide and 0.51 inch thick, the LG GT540 is quite thin, and at 4.09 ounces, it won't weigh you down, either.
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The LG GT540 comes in a variety of different colors, including pink and white.
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The LG GW550 is a Windows Mobile 6.5 phone with HSDPA 7.2 Mbps and HSUPA 2 Mbps. It measures 4.58 inches by 2.42 inches by 0.47 inch and weighs around 4.34 ounces. The 2.4-inch display is a 65,000-color TFT screen. It boasts GPS, Wi-Fi, and stereo speakers.
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The GW620 is another Android smartphone from the company. It has quad-band GSM with quad-band UMTS, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, and HSUPA 2 Mbps. It has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a nice 3-inch HVGA display.
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The LG GM750 is a Windows Mobile 6.5 phone with quad-band GSM and HSDPA 7.2 Mbps. It measures 4.33 inches by 2.13 inches by 0.51 inch and weighs around 4.23 ounces. It has a 3-inch WQVGA touch screen, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a 5-megapixel camera.
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The LG GW990 is a showstopper of a phone with a whopping Intel Atom processor inside. The GW990 runs on a Linux-based Moblin 2.1 operating system that promises a really rich user interface. It has a big 4.8-inch panoramic touch-screen display with a 2.13:1 aspect ratio and a full 1,024x480-pixel resolution. It is currently running on 3G HSPA, but LG and Intel promise that it is fully capable of 4G/LTE speed in the future.
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