Images revealing Viewty 2's design

Images revealing Viewty 2's design
You know what they say – better late than never. Remember when we told you about the mysterious LG GC900 (also known as the Viewty 2) five days ago? The reason that we wrote about it was a picture of a specs sheet, listing the key specifications of the device. However, what we didn’t take into consideration was that we have taken our own exclusive shots of the device back at the Mobile World Congress 2009, where LG has actually showed the handset behind the glass. Please, excuse our untimely reaction.

As you can see on the first image, the upcoming addition to LG’s cameraphone line sports a wide touch-sensitive display, which we already know is 3-inch. Our second shot reveals the Schneider-Kreuznach camera lens, the Xenon flash and the Dolby Mobile and DivX logos, dropping a hint for the serious multimedia orientation. The Viewty 2 will also incorporate LG’s new S-Class UI (also present in the ARENA), along with HSDPA high-speed data, Wi-Fi and A-GPS.

We will keep our eyes wide open for everything on the Viewty 2 that would be of interest to you.

LG GC900 Preliminary Specifications

Thanks for the tip, Alex


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4 Comments

1. azndragonbuster

Posts: 12; Member since: Apr 11, 2008

wow that camera looks like its going to be something amazing

2. surethom

Posts: 1691; Member since: Mar 04, 2009

Please run the s-class on windows mobile & not its own Operating system, that was the only thing wrong with the viewty v1, there is virtualy no third party software for there own o.s.

3. heavybreathing

Posts: 276; Member since: Feb 26, 2009

Bet you $100 this doesn't hit ATT.

4. drewsky

Posts: 147; Member since: Jan 04, 2009

Bet $200 it doesnt, they are too scared to let the Iphone go. lol

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