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As expected, AT&T has officially added a couple to its stable -- one on the midrange and one at the very bottom. The LG Trax -- once known as the CU575 -- has gotten plenty of press recently as the anticipated replacement for the CU500, offering stereo Bluetooth, a 1.3 megapixel camera, stereo

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August 14, 2007 at 10:31AM
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With those last minute bugs now apparently eradicated, LG has officially announced plans to deliver their 3G CU575 \"Trax\" clamshell to AT&T. Touting 850/1900MHz HSDPA 3.6Mbps-capable downloads and quad-band GSM, this flip fancies itself a part-time media player with the inclusion of a Touch Pad

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With those last minute bugs now apparently eradicated, LG has officially announced plans to deliver their 3G CU575 \"Trax\" clamshell to AT&T. Touting 850/1900MHz HSDPA 3.6Mbps-capable downloads and quad-band GSM, this flip fancies itself a part-time media player with the inclusion of a Touch Pad

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Anyone worried that AT&T might actually manage to get the LG CU575 \"Trax\" out the door today can probably put those fears to rest now; it seems a software issue has cropped up on test units that is preventing DRM-enabled music from playing under certain circumstances. Wasn't a similar issue rumo

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