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LG comes to town with GT350

LG's latest is ideal for social networking enthusiasts and costs AED 666

LG comes to town with GT350
The LG GT350 costs AED 666 in the United Arab Emirates.
LG comes to town with GT350
The phone has social networking integration with live updates.
LG comes to town with GT350
The phone has a 3" resistive touchscreen with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

LG recently announced the launch of their LG Town mobile phone that enhances social networking with its special features and slide-out QWERTY keypad.

The GT350 is the first phone in LG's new Town Series and offers instant access to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter with a live feed appearing on the phone's 3-inch WQVA touchscreen.

Other features include Wi-Fi support and a 2 megapixel camera, with the phone available in a range of colours - aqua blue, purple, light silver and black
"The LG Town Series is the result of our effort to provide consumers with an exciting on-the-go social networking experience with better connectivity and easier access to the people who matter the most to them," said H.S Paik, president of LG Electronics Gulf FZE. "Starting with the LG Town GT350, the series will offer instant access to a multitude of social networks, providing users with the kind of smart, smooth integration they have told us they want."

The LG GT350 is now available in stores across the United Arab Emirates and costs a reasonable AED 666.

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