We weren't particularly pumped about LG's so-called Wine Phone, the SV300, when we saw it last year for the Korean market, so we're definitely not pumped about it now. Especially when you consider that in the process of its transformation to the KF300 (a member of the fashion-centric "KF" series, you'll notice), it apparently managed to lose 3G somewhere along the way. Then again, with buttons the size of Chiclets and a name like "Wine Phone," we guess the target audience won't have much use for anything that travels more than a small handful of kilobits per second. Other features -- if you can really call them that -- include a 2 megapixel camera, 10 megabytes of onboard storage with microSD expansion, and Bluetooth. Thanks, but we'll just take an actual glass of wine instead if that's quite alright.

[Via Unwired View]

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