Good news to fans of solar gadgets, LG’s new mobile phone, the GD510 may appear to look like any LG phone running S-Class UI but in fact its secret lies on its back. The GD510 will apparently have an optional solar panel that will replace the battery cover and can be used to charge the phone’s battery. We are yet to find out how exactly this mechanism will be achieved, but it sounds like this won’t be an accessory you will find on unboxing.
The phone comes with a 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen display with a resolution of 240 x 400, a 3-megapixel camera, and a 8GB of storage space to store your captured pictures or videos. The LG GD510 will be available beginning in mid-October in Europe, it will be interesting to know if this solar panel will in the future be compatible with other currently existing LG phones.
If you frequently visit any part of Asia such as China, Singapore, Korea, you will already know that they have got a number of dual sim card mobiles, made by their own native brand. But what we have got here is one by LG, called the LG KS660, its the latest dual sim phone from LG which runs on a tri-band network. This handset allows users to have both their business and personal lines concurrently on a single device without having to switch sim cards. This function is also ideal for backpackers or travellers.