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Seems that rumored June release window for LG's VX8610 (Decoy) was right on. phoneArena has it that the peculiar slider will be launching just over a fortnight from now on June 16th, and if you're looking to get one with a 2-year contract, the pricing isn't so bad ($179). It also mentions a $249 po

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June 2, 2008 at 12:23AM
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We're seeing an awful lot of this thing lately, which we take as a positive sign that a rumored June launch is still a very solid possibility. The LG VX8610, alias \"Decoy,\" earns its stripes with a curious integrated Bluetooth headset that should draw its fair share of curious onlookers once it's f

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Neither Verizon nor LG have yet revealed the VX8610 slider -- not officially, anyway. Maybe they're waiting to prepare some sort of blockbuster event to unveil it, and with the nifty secret up the musicphone's sleeve, who could really blame 'em? The VX8610 will be the first phone released by a carr

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phoneArena appears to have scored information on exactly when Verizon will be (or would like to be, anyway) releasing three new models from LG, all of which should be attracting some serious attention in their own right. Headlining the group is the VX9700 \"Dare\" -- Verizon's Prada-alike, if you rec

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If you're able to turn your attention away from that Jawbone 2 long enough to look elsewhere for your Bluetooth headset needs, we might remind you that Verizon's prepping a Chocolate successor with a little surprise tucked safely away. We've seen and heard of the VX8610's juicy secret for a couple

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Its host phone got signed off a few weeks ago, but it turns out that the Bluetooth headset that's stowed away inside Verizon's upcoming VX8610 needs its own, independent FCC scrutiny. Makes sense, we suppose, seeing how it's a full fledged RF device in its own right. It's an exciting concept, no qu

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Hold up, LG, get your butt back here for just a second; you know what you've got to do. That rumored Chocolate replacement of yours, the trackball-equipped VX8610 slider, has to rock the FCC like it's never been rocked before in order to grace Verizon's shelves, now doesn't it? Unfortunately for us

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