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Details of an upcoming 3G clamshell handset from LG have been revealed through the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website.

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LG's 3G clamshell has a camera built-in

Although initial tech specs are scarce, documents filed by LG with the FCC state that the phone supports dual-band connectivity and has a camera of unconfirmed quality built into the outer surface. Bluetooth is included for short-range data transfers, and a speakerphone’s featured too.

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Pretty basic design?

LG may not have not have decided on the phone’s model number yet though, because the FCC documentation lists VX-5500, UX-300 and AX-300 all as possibilities.

A release date or price haven’t been given by LG yet, so we’ll bring you more news as we get it.

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