The LG Bali GM360 and Viewty GT400 appear at CeBIT 2010

The LG Bali GM360 and Viewty GT400 appear at CeBIT 2010
Strange things are happening at CeBIT 2010. The number of LG handsets that have not been officially announced to date, but have already posed for pretty pictures at the exhibition has just reached three – after the LG Cookie Fresh GS290, the company revealed the Bali GM360 and Viewty GT400.

The LG Bali GM360 resembles the GT505 and they shares almost one and the same hardware specifications - 5-megapixel camera, touch-sensitive screen with native resolution of 240x400 pixels, FM radio and expansion slot for microSD cards. The major difference is the Bali will come without 3G and GPS (at least there are no navigational capabilities in the device specifications that have been disclosed so far). The handset will hit the shelves through T-Mobile Germany and the only thing that appears certain is it will be released sometime this spring. 

The LG Viewty GT400 will probably be a cameraphone for people on a tight budget, because it is equipped with 5-megapixel camera, whereas modern devices of this class feature 8 or 12-megapixel sensors. Still, we would never object to getting our hands on an affordable device coming with a  number of options and 720p video capture capabilities. The screen of the GT400 will measure 3 inches and the picture reveals the same interface that runs on the LG Pop GD510, not the latest S-Class edition that we have already seen with the Mini GD880. The LG Viewty GT400 will also roll out this spring, but its price tag remains unknown. By the way, we suspect the manufacturer will change the name of the device so as to avoid retaking the identity of the original Viewty KU990 that was released about three years ago.

source: LG Central (the Bali GM360), UnwiredView (the Viewty GT400)

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