LG Mobile has launched a pink version of its award-winning, internationally successful Chocolate phone.
LG Chocolate Pink, which boasts the same specifications as its ultra-cool, three-million selling cousin, is aimed at female phone users that don't want to conform to the mobile norm yet still want a chic and elegant handset.
"LG Chocolate Pink achieves the perfect balance of being both noticeable yet not ostentatious," says Brian Na, President, LG UK. "The original LG Chocolate's success was down to its amazing styling and futuristic touch-pad technology and by giving it a fresh lick of metallic pink paint, LG is offering existing Chocolate fans an opportunity to add to their collection while also reaching out to a new group of mobile phone users."
With a fully featured MP3/AAC music player, 128 meg of on-board memory, a 1.3 mega-pixel camera and video camera as well as move 'drag and drop' USB compatibility, LG Chocolate Pink makes much more than a fashion statement. At just 15mm thick it's also thin enough to slide into the tightest of jean pockets.
Brian Na adds: "With the LG Chocolate phone being named Best Fashion Phone at the recent Mobile Choice Magazine awards, the pedigree of the Chocolate range of handsets is well established. LG Chocolate Pink together with the white and classic versions extends the reach and appeal of Chocolate and with pre pay availability we expect LG Chocolate Pink to garner a new legion of Chocolate fans."
The LG Chocolate Pink is available free on contract from Carphone Warehouse nationwide, and comes in a presentation box with a pair of high quality stereo headphones and USB lead as standard.
Minimalism: Hidden Camera, hidden LCD, touch keypad to emphasize minimalist design
15mm Slim, Slider, Minimal, Sleek
Multi Codec support - MP3, WMA, AAC/AAC+/AAC++ Multi sound codec support
128M Byte Built-in Memory can store up to 40 songs (4MB/song)
6 various EQ effects to personalize tone (General, Classic, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Bass)
1.3 Million Pixel camera for clear shots with x 4 zoom
Memory Storage Function applied as USB for sending and exchanging files