LG has announced that their first Windows-based smartphone (running WM v6.5) rolls out 6 October that is also the day when the HTC Touch2 takes off. Say "Hi" to the LG GM750
that was heavily rumored about for months without clear evidence of its existence. But it seems everything is official now. Just like the HTC Touch2
, the phone will be Windows-based, equipped with the latest OS version - 6.5, although you will not be able to see the standard face of the operating system, since it will be replaced by LG-made S-Class interface. The phone boasts 3-inch touch sensitive display, although we still don´t know anything about its native resolution, although according to a previously leaked XML file
, it will probably be 240x400 pixels.
Aside from the great functionality that Windows Mobile 6.5 brings, the handset will come equipped with 5-megapixel camera, built-in GPS, Wi-Fi and accelerometer. The other specifications are still unknown at the time of this post, but you will be the first to know when we find out more.
The LG GM750 will be exclusively sold in 7 European countries – through Vodafone in Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Great Britain and SFR in France. Unfortunately, there´s no word if Vodafone plans to sell it in other countries and at what price.
The LG GM750 runs Windows Mobile 6.5