The elephant in the room, er... booth at LG this year was the mysterious "LG575" prominently displayed right at the booth entrance. With plain-as-day AT&T branding, it's not hard to guess what type of phone this is, but actual features were a mystery, since it wasn't officially being announced or talked about.
We did overhear booth reps clearly saying it will launch in two-three months. That's about all we know other than what you can see in the photos. If we had to guess, we would say this will launch at the "CU575".
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Also on display was this Windows Mobile WiMAX phone:
This particular model is for Korea, but it seems relevant with Sprint launching WiMAX soon. Sprint told us here at CTIA to expect high-end WiMAX devices before we see WiMAX in regular phones, so perhaps this is a glimpse of what to expect from Sprint in the future.
LG also had this in their booth:
...which we've heard some people mistake for a "Windows Mobile Prada phone". However, if you look closely, you can see that the smooth black shell is actually a plain hand-made plastic cover, hiding the real device design underneath.
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