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Tuesday, 18 April 2006


LG Electronics (LG), a pioneer in innovative mobile convergence technology, is set to launch the new LG-U890, a slim and wide screen music phone equipped with stereo Bluetooth in March.

LG-U890 is the latest arrival in the MUSE (Multimedia with Unique Style for Entertainment) series of LG. The model provides an advanced audio function through Bluetooth stereo audio. Compared with the average Bluetooth mono audio used in most 3G mobile phones, its Bluetooth Stereo maximize its mobile jukebox, appealing to trend-conscious young consumers. The model's slim and stylish design and wide screen are also key factors for consumer attraction.

"LG has already proven its initiative in the 3G market by introducing million-seller models in the market. The new stylish music phone, LG-U890 will ultimately strengthen our market leadership with strong features including Bluetooth stereo audio, slimmer body and wider display," said Mr. Kenn Suh, Executive Vice President of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company.

"As the unrivalled leader in the 3G market, LG will continue to strive to satisfy various user tastes with innovative and user-friendly technology and sophisticated design."

With a thickness of only 18.5mm to consolidate its multimedia function, the real music phone allows users to enjoy the stereo audio function over Bluetooth supported by A2DP (Advance Audio Distribution Profiles). The model has 70MB internal memory for MP3 and a button on the outside of the folder for easy control of the MP3 player function. Equipped with a 1.3 mega-pixel rotating camera with flash, it can take pictures without the folder being opened. It also has a 2.2" wide LCD screen for video calling.

LG-U890 will be available from April through Hutchison in markets including UK, Italy, Austria, Australia, Hong Kong, Sweden and Denmark.

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