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FCC: LG KE800 A-OK

Chris Ziegler
11.12.06
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Thanks to a few documents popping up in the FCC's typical pot o' gold, it looks like folks in these parts should have no problem taking a bite of LG's latest Chocolate without those pesky FCC police (is there such a thing?) getting all in your face about it. The KE800 adds a few tasteful (or distasteful, depending on your personal perspective) bits of shiny metal to the original KG800, while the guts get upgraded with a 2 megapixel autofocus cam, EDGE data, and an FM radio. Of course, as long as the phone comes sans GSM 850 there isn't much hope of the KE800 seeing a carrier-subsidized offering in the States, but it looks like the feds will be happy to turn a blind eye now if you're willing to pay the premium to get one imported.

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