Vodafone, one of the telecom giants has joined hands with LG Electronics, one of the leaders in mobile device and accessories manufacturing to produce next generation smartphone for it’s customers and it’s first launch is going to be LG GM750. LG GM750 is a slim mobile phone which will run on Windows mobile 6.5 operating system for enhanced features and accessibility, easy-to-use features and to improve user’s mobile experience.
“We’re excited to be bringing a new Windows phone with Vodafone high-speed mobile services to our customers through the LG GM750 Smartphone, exclusively until the end of 2009. This stylish, touchscreen Smartphone will have great appeal to both consumer and business customers, and ensures Vodafone delivers on its promise to constantly bring customers new services and greater choice.” says, said Patrick Chomet, Group Global Director of Terminals for Vodafone.
LG GM750 Key Features and Specifications
- 3-inch full touchscreen display with LG’s S-Class user-interface
- 5 megapixel camera with auto focus for maximum originality
- Faster Internet browsing experience via mobile broadband network or WiFi
- Built-in GPS navigation function for getting directions
- Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync email with Windows Marketplace
- Automatically back up and sync photos, music
- Works on Windows Mobile 6.5 OS
- Measures 109.8 x 56.5 x 11.9mm
Harrison Lee, Senior Vice President Europe for LG Electronics Mobile stated, “A significant group of consumers demand mobile phones with the most advanced features and services to help them do their job and stay in contact with friends and family on one, easy-to-use, device., They need the technology and services to access email, the internet and the ability to download widgets, applications and fun tools without complexity. The combination of Vodafone’s services, Windows Mobile 6.5 platform and our S-Class UI, technology and design expertise, makes the GM750 the mobile package consumers with busy lives have been waiting for.”
Vodafone will launch new LG GM750 in 7 countries at a time which includes Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, UK, and France starting from October 06, 2009. Vodafone is yet to declare any price for this, but most expectedly it’s going to cost around $250 – $300.