LG Electronics UK has unwrapped its new range of full touchscreen Cookie phones viz. the LG Cookie, Cookie Style and Cookie 3G, which will target youthful mobile-buying market.
The new Cookie phones, which are called Wink in the rest of the world, are equipped with full touchscreens, onscreen QWERTY keyboards and accelerometers.
The LG Cookie, the smallest handset in the range, comes with a 2.4-inch screen, while the Cookie Style comes with a comparatively larger 2.8-inch screen along with a wide range of colour options and accents. The Cookie Style also features carefully developed short cut buttons on the front.
In addition, the Cookie Style features an FM radio, microSd card slot and a headphone jack. It looks slightly like the Samsung Genio.
The Cookie 3G, which has rather sturdier design, comes with faster connectivity and advanced email features. It instantly alerts when a message is received at any of user’s email addresses.
LG’s original Cookie KP500 is very popular among youngsters, partly due to because of its applications and partly due to its low price. It is equipped with a 3-inch resistive touchscreen and a 3.2-megapixel camera. It also features auto rotate and a proprietary mobile operating system.
The company claims that the new Cookie range will provide better social networking experience.
LG hasn’t announced the pricing for the new Cookie range, which indicates that the company has plans to confirm prices just before their UK launch in September this year.
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