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Were you shocked and surprised when LG put out a Christmas Edition of its Korea-only LG-SU630? Neither were we -- but we are mighty amused that a certain reader named James Roberson was cool enough to take us up on our (joking) plea for pictures of the handset when he came across one at the electro

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Mark this day down folks, 'cause it ain't often that you see a handset released in the US of A months ahead of South Korea / Japan / elsewhere in Asia. LG's Incite -- the same one loosed on AT&T's network in November of 2008 -- just got official alongside the new Arena today in South Korea. As

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LG's recently introduced SH470 has a lot in common with the KF510, but the Cyon branding and dark motif may be all that's necessary for the company to unveil it under a different model name in South Korea. The ultrathin slider checks in at just 10.9-millimeters thick and boasts a metal frame, 2.2-in

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We can typically do without the superfluous fancification of our handsets, but we've gotta admit, this one isn't half bad. Some dude by the name of Robert Ryan has apparently crafted the SV300S / LV3000S (depending on carrier) \"Crystal Edition\" flip for LG's domestic market Cyon brand, featuring a

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We're still a bit bemused at why the LG-SV300 gets the Wine Phone moniker, but even cellphone connoisseurs can appreciate a finely constructed handset photographed while receiving white glove treatment. The mobile was opened up and shown to the camera over at SEK2007, and interestingly enough, it l

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Well, well! Who's copying who now, LG? The Korean firm rethinks (or, at the very least, rips from the Motorola RIZR Z8) ergonomics with its new SV280, apparently inspired by nature's perfect food: the banana. When closed, this clean-lined white slider looks like any other of its kind, but once open

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LG's introduced yet another cellphone under its Cyon banner in Korea, this one boasting e-reader functionality designed for the visually impaired in addition to the standard feature set. That'll give you the not-so-special ability to play back pre-recorded e-books stored on an SD card and, more int

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