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If LG's tease routine didn't whet your appetite for the LU6200, these freshly leaked pics might do the trick. Obtained by Korean site Money Today, these in-the-wild images appear to corroborate many of the specs we've already heard about, including that 4.5-inch AH-IPS display at 720p resolutio

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While LG's newest canU series set, the S1000, may not be the first to get asked to dance, it is definitely loaded with inner beauty. With T-DMB television, a 180 degree, rotating, 2.8-inch AMOLED display, and web and mail support, the lucky types on Korea's LG Telecom network are bound to smile. To

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Just as Japan announces that it'll pretty much have an eye on every single cellphone user in the nation, Korea is going against the grain somewhat by offering up an anti-eavesdropping service on users' handsets. SK Telecom, KTF, and LG Telecom will all be offering private long code service, a digita

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LG seems to be experimenting with every conceivable d-pad configuration lately, and their new LF1300 certainly hasn't been spared. The slider, destined for Korea's LG Telecom (yeah, that LG Telecom), packs the typical QVGA display, 1.3-megapixel shooter, Bluetooth, consumer IR, and a microSD slot i

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Remember the news that a Korean government-appointed panel had recommended revocation of LG Telecom's right to 3G on the 2GHz band? Well, it happened. Interestingly, investors think this is great news for the company, pushing its stock sharply upward on the news -- possibly because the technology fo

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As the saying goes, \"You snooze, you lose.\" Such is the case for LG Telecom, Korea's 3rd-largest carrier behind SK Telecom and KTF, which purchased a license to deploy 3G services on the 2GHz band in 2001 for 1.15 trillion won ($1.2 billion, give or take), but has yet to do anything with said licens

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