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If none of LG’s talkers have yet taken your fancy then fear not, because the mobile maker's inked plans to maintain its fast-paced phone production.

Next year, LG aims to launch a stupendous 125 new phone models globally. A spokeswoman for the company told Register Hardware that they would all be new models, and not just re-sprayed variations of a single handset, or existing models with an extra button on the side.

By the end of this year, the company also hopes to have launched 125 new talkers globally. Although the spokeswoman couldn’t confirmed how many have been produced so far this year, she said between 22 and 25 new models will have made it to Blighty’s fair shores this year - and will do so again in 2009.

This year, LG’s already given us the Renoir, the KC550, the KF700, the KF600, the Cookie, the KS360, the KF300, the KP500, the Prada II and the KC780. Phew...

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