LG Electronics today announced the launch of the LG Town GT350, a QWERTY keypad equipped messaging phone optimized for social networking integration.
The LG Town GT350 is the first phone in LG's new Town Series, with its special focus on social networking services.
The LG Town GT350 has a user interface that was specifically designed to make it easier to enjoy real-time interaction with friends on popular social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Orkut.
A live social network feed appears on the phone’s 3-inch WQVA touchscreen and a quick tap of the refresh button brings up the latest updates instantly.
LG, long known for its outstanding mobile phone QWERTY keypads, spares no expense when it comes to the LG Town GT350. This phone’s four-row QWERTY keypad offers a spacious layout that reduces mistyping and customizable shortcut keys provide direct access to optimized interfaces for each network.
Screenshots and photos taken with the phone’s 2-megapixel camera, can be uploaded to multiple social networks or shared through MMS or email. The LG Town GT350 offers Wi-Fi support for faster internet access.
The LG Town GT350 will be introduced in European markets including the UK, Germany and Italy this month, followed by other regions. Pricing will be announced separately in each market.
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