Two things are getting highly popular nowadays: phones that have two SIM cards and wristwatch mobile phones (there’s one here, here and here!). With two SIM cards in one phone you can easily switch between your phone numbers and contacts and it’s a lot simpler, easier and cheaper than having two separate phones with one card for each of them. As for the wristwatch phones, they are perfect if you are the type of person who often forgets to bring their phone with them. But what do you get when you combine dual SIM card feature and wristwatch phone?
I’m sure that it has happened to you that you forget your cellphone somewhere and that you have had to go back and look for it. To avoid this kind of situation, people from Chinavasion have developed a new wrist watch mobile phone. Now we’ve featured plenty of these in the past, most notable of these will probably be the LG GD910, though this one isn’t as elegant, it certainly offers plenty of features.
LG debuted their luxurious wrist watch phone GD910 nearly two years ago, during that time it was one of a kind which put them ahead of the game. However times have since changed and LG’s rather expensive watch phone has been in need of an update. Pictured below is what could be the answer to LG’s new watch phone. Leaked recently at the LG Digital Experience in Brazil, the new watch phone looks to have had some minor changes to its design and a new logo placement, there are however no pictures of its UI at this moment.
We don’t know what it could be called right now, its likely that it won’t be known as the GD910, but we’ll put it under that label for now. Continue reading »
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Orange UK has announced the official launching date and pricing for the LG GD910 touchscreen watch phone. LG GD910 will be on sale from August 27th and priced at £500 for pay as you go customers. This handmade device is only available for a limited period, units will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Orange UK has limited just one device per customer.
The LG GD910 will be launched initially at the Bond Street Station branch in London, at 9am on August 27th. Then, in September, a limited number of devices will be sold in the Orange online store.
Gallery and demo video after the break.
Watch phones have been on the market for a while, produced by third-rate hardware manufacturers and sold at sites such as ThinkGeek or IWantOneOfThose. Interestingly, LG thinks this has an expandable potential for the future and has announced its new 3G watch phone LG-GD910, it comes with a 1.4-inch touchscreen, text-to-speech capability, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth radio and a music player. It’s 0.6 inches thick, water resistant, works over 3G HSDPA 7.2 data networks and also features video conferencing, voice and video calling – that’s alot that it can handle.