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LG Secret KF750 phone

Sleek, sexy and slidey

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

Video Review The Secret is LG’s latest Black Label phone. These phones are supposed to be among the swankiest on the market, and this one certainly looks the part.

It’s got a touchscreen, five-megapixel camera, HSDPA 3G, Divx playback and some very funky soft buttons. But how well does it actually fare in everyday usage?

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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

80%

LG Secret KF750 phone

Good build quality, snazzy looks and HSDPA connectivity are let down by an oddly implemented touch UI.
Price: Contract: from free. SIM-free: £320 RRP

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