LG Chocolate 3 Hits Stores


Although overshadowed by the much-publicized release of the Apple iPhone G3, this weekend also witnessed the launch of the new LG Chocolate 3 (on the Verizon network).

The third generation Chocolate is designed to be a music player and offers an external front navigation wheel makes music navigation simple. It can access more than 5 million songs from Verizon Wireless' VCAST Music service. The handset also has a built-in FM transmitter, so users can play music through a car. It integrates dual speakers, Bluetooth technology for wireless stereo sound, and multi-tasking capabilities while listening to music.

The phone has optional expandable memory using a large 8GB microSD card.

The clamshell also features a 2.0-megapixel camera and camcorder and supports VCAST Video and ESPN MVP.

Available now for $129.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement.

For full specs click here.

| July 13th, 2008 | Posted in New Launches |

3 Responses to “LG Chocolate 3 Hits Stores”

  1. Bernard Lavilliers Says:

    LG that is able that costing to do only when this will strongly want:)

  2. mobile java applications Says:

    I prefer Nokia 6300.

  3. Notarget Says:

    This is a cool phone, but i still prefer
    nokia… :)

    Check this phone blog too: http://derhandy.blogspot.com

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