Video Tour: LG Chocolate 8550
Aug 7, 2007, 10:50 AM by Eric Lin
The successor to the Chocolate features a vast number of improvements in a slimmer body.
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The new Chocolate 8550 is a significant improvement over the original, launched almost a year ago. In this video we take you on a tour of the new version and show you what's been improved.
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Music player / phone interaction
If you are playing music and a call comes in, what happens? Does the music automatically pause and then resume when the call is over? What about for outgoing calls?
minus that AND the keyboard, its a nifty music phone.