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LG has introduced its latest Shine handset: a Goth-friendly dark metal machine dubbed the Titanium Black model - a phone with 'something of the night' about it.

LG Shine Titanium Black
LG's Shine Titanium Black: just like the original, only blacker

The update's purely cosmetic - under the hood, the new phone's just like the previous one, which was only launched over here five months ago. So it has GSM/GPRS/Edge cellular connectivity, Bluetooth, a multi-format music player, a two-megapixel camera with autofocus and, of course, the mirror-like 2.2in, 262,144-colour, 240 x 320 screen pioneered by the first Shine.

LG Shine Titanium Black

The Titanium Black Shine will initially go on sale in the UK, France, Austria and the Netherlands, and should be on shop shelves by the end of the month, LG promised.

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