LG BL20 newchocolate is now officially BL40's little brother

LG BL20 newchocolate is now officially BL40's little brother
To make a long story short, the official LG Blog has finally posted some images and information about the latest handset from the Black Label series, the LG BL20 newchocolate. They have also included the promo video, which leaked about ten days ago. We already know pretty much everything about that super-stylish handset that utilizes touch-sensitive keys just to make its body design even cleaner. However, we should expect it to ship in October, at a price of about $394 (EUR 269).

If you’ve missed our last posts about the LG BL20 newchocolate slider, now is your chance to learn that it will sport a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 5MP camera with autofocus and an LED flash, and 130MB of internal memory that can be expanded to 8GB through a microSD card. The phone will be a quad-band GSM, featuring two-band (900/2100 MHz) 3G connectivity.

Check out the official BL20 Flickr gallery for the full set of images!

LG BL20 newchocolate Specifications

source: LG Blog (translated)

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2. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

idk y but that seems like its really low end. 130 mb for a music phone? it seems pricy. screen coulda been at least a little bit bigger. :( the only high end thing i noticed is the 5mp camera w flash. don't like it :(-

1. artz1986

Posts: 453; Member since: Mar 11, 2009

is it me, or are those pictures crazy cliche, like ppl are actually going to be holding the phone like that? I know it's marketing, and they're trying to display the phone as a fashionable, high-end piece, but still....

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