The LG Muffin KP900 is the Cookie 2?

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The LG Muffin KP900 is the Cookie 2?
Last week LG announced officially that the LG Cookie KP500 was the fastest selling device of the company and quite naturally, stated they were planning to release a successor to the famous device. That was, however, pretty much everything they told about the future, scrumptious handset. Fortunately, one of our readers has just sent us two images that reveal quite interesting, albeit controversial details about the successor to the Cookie. The first indicates the LG Cookie 2 will be named the LG Muffin KP900, utilize the S-Class interface and feature 3-inch capacitive screen, stylus (we doubt that), 5-megapixel camera and HSDPA. Supposedly, the second image reveals what the future model looks like and we do hope that it accurately represents the main idea of the design of the Muffin KP900. Provided that´s what the heir apparent would look like, we can safely assume its design would be similar to the overall styling of the LG Pop GD510, at least judging by the motley buttons below the screen. If you happen to know anything on the matter, please do share it with us in the comments below or at

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3. joe unregistered

What a great article I really enjoyed reading it. If you would like some good accessories for the KP500 I just bought this sweet case from You can check it Ipad2

2. artz1986

Posts: 453; Member since: Mar 11, 2009

I'm just wondering how much this will cost, and if it'll be available in the States- subsidized/ unlocked. I love LG phones, they're the most stylish besides htc, and amazingly compact. I can deal w/ a 3'' screen, but a 3'' capacitive would be pretty rad.

1. deepak_nr

Posts: 26; Member since: May 31, 2009

One hopes LG makes available 3.5 ph jack and microUSB-charging+connection! and stereo speakers like the 5530/5800 would be great!

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