At one of their smaller booths, LG was showing off a very interesting phone I hadn't seen before - the L1200 for the U.S. This tri-band GSM (850/1800/1900) camera phone sports a solid feature set in a small - and suprisingly lightweight - design.
The display is a now-typical 65,000-color TFT affair with 128 x 160 pixel resolution. The clamshell design includes an external display and a stub antenna. A VGA camera, MIDP 2.0 Java, MMS, and 40-chord polyphonic ringtones round out the feature set.
Naturally, the logo in the photos might be a clue as to who will offer this model...
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Also on display was the L1100, for the European market. It appears to have the same exact feature set as the L1200. The only differences appear to be the styling and the frequency bands it supports.
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