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CTIA 2010. LG

LG, the second largest player on the US market, had two new handsets to show and presented its whole model lineup for North American markets. Boy, what a messy lineup it is. Let’s take a look at all the phones LG has to offer spread over all the technologies, operating systems and carriers:

KB, VX, LX, GS, GD, BL, LU, GT, GM, GX, GW, KP, KM, VN, LG, UX, AX, GR, CF, CT, CP, CB, CU, VM, LW are only some of the phone model indexes on the US market plus the phones that have their own names only. It certainly takes a lot of time for the LG guys to remember everything they make. Plus, many of the phones do not look related to each other or a single parent.

The phones LG presented at the show included LG Remarq for Sprint and LG Cosmos for Verizon. Remarq is a squairish slider with a full QWERTY with the body 87% made from recycled material and fully recyclable itself – it is free after all the rebates. This green solution is a feature phone available in 2 colors: turquoise blue (or green) and silver. LG Cosmos is a side QWERTY slider available for $29.99 with a contact – not bad for a phone with GPS support among other things like 1.3 MPx camera and Bluetooth.

Among other new items shown at the show were yet to be announced accessories: a solar charger, a solar car kit with built in headset HBM-810, Bluetooth headset HBM-585.

Overall the ecology was the theme of the show for LG this year – the solar charged accessories showing up here and there, a wall and a floor of old recycled phones.

Michael Savuskan (msav@mobile-review.com)

Published — 28 March 2010

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