LG boosts budget line

South Korea’s LG Electronics has expanded its budget mobile phone portfolio with the introduction of three new GSM handsets.

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By  Administrator Published  December 31, 2006

South Korea’s LG Electronics has expanded its budget mobile phone portfolio with the introduction of three new GSM handsets.

LG claims the launch of the KG300, KG200, and KG110 models marks an important milestone in its development of low-cost handsets. The lightweight handsets boast a range of features including WAP/MMS support and large-colour display screens.

“Our latest products put us in the driving seat when it comes to the development of reasonably priced handsets,” claimed K. W.

Kim, president of LG Electronics Middle East and Africa.

“LG has quickly risen the ranks of the global GSM market since 2001, and the introduction of these new models demonstrates our ability to offer a comprehensive range of products that suit all lifestyles and budgets.”

The KG300 boasts a two-megapixel camera; digital video and audio recording capabilities; a WAP 2.0 browser, supported by MMS and Java 2.0 technology for downloading applications to the handset; and support for polyphonic ringtones.

LG claims Bluetooth and USB connectivity add an extra dimension to the KG300’s communication features.

The multi-function KG200 boasts a 1.3-megapixel camera, advanced video recording, tri-band and GPRS support, microSD memory slot and a browser supporting WAP 2.0, MMS and Java 2.0 applications.

LG describes the KG110 as a lightweight handset that boasts a full range of features with a strong emphasis on aesthetic design.

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