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Photos of LG Chocolate Touch for Verizon surface

updated 04:40 pm EDT, Fri September 4, 2009

LG Chocolate photos don't match expectations

New images of what is said to be the LG Chocolate Touch for Verizon Wireless have surfaced recently. Although the new photos don't match up with older sightings of the device, the phone is nonetheless described as the successor to Verizon's existing Chocolate line. No new specs for the handset were revealed. There is also the possibility that the device in these images is not a Chocolate, but some other, as yet unnamed LG handset.

Whatever it will look like, the Chocolate is expected to run on the Verizon-friendly CDMA network. The known version has a 5-megapixel camera, a GPS sensor, Wi-Fi and a microSDHC memory card slot. A version of the Chocolate Touch is expected for Canada's Telus but may actually be the HSPA model for Telus' new 3G network, not this CDMA variant.

by MacNN Staff





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