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We suspect the image they've got on the slide here is a placeholder derived from the Arena, but the point is well taken: LG will be drawing heavily from its high-end global feature phone when the time comes to sunset the Vu. Indeed, we've heard that there'll be some S-Class-ish interface on the Vu

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May 26, 2009 at 10:10AM
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Brace yourselves, folks: it looks like one of the more painful incidents in recent memory might be in the process of repeating itself. Remember a while back when AT&T canceled the hotly-anticipated Sony Ericsson K850 at the last possible fricking second? Yeah, well, we're hearing that LG and AT

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Yep, we kinda knew about all these, but it's good to get a little more confirmation that they're still all on track. The LG Prada (alias \"Vu2,\" alias CU920) has shown up for inventory tracking alongside the Motorola Z9 slider and the Samsung BlackJack II. The Vu2 could end up being one of AT&T'

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If the iPhone is AT&T's cake, its own version of the LG Prada may very well be the icing. Gizmodo has scored shots of what appears to be LG's high-end, touchable superphone running AT&T firmware that's clearly been tweaked for the better from the original KE850 (better web browser, please!)

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