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LG brings Google phone to Europe

'Super 3G' slider debuts

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LG rolled out its latest 'super 3G' handset this week, pitching its Symbian-based slider phone, the KS10, as a web-browsing wonder: it has Google pre-installed.

LG KS10 HSDPA Google-ised slider phone

The KS10 incorporates a 2.4in, 240 x 320, 262,144-colour display; two-megapixel autofocus camera; Bluetooth stereo audio and all the other features you'd expect from a modern multimedia handset. There's 80MB of on-board memory that can be expanded with MicroSD cards.

LG KS10 HSDPA Google-ised slider phone

The phone uses Nokia's S60 user interface, and has Google Maps, Gmail and Blogger pre-loaded. Not quite the much-rumoured Google-branded handset then, but close enough.

LG KS10 HSDPA Google-ised slider phone

LG didn't say when the KS10 will hit the shops.

LG KS10 HSDPA Google-ised slider phone

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