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LG announces European watchphone launch

Coming to wrists next month

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The GD910 wristphone will be released across Europe next month, LG has announced.

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LG's GD910 watchphone

Available, as expected, through network operator Orange, the watch-cum-phone’s price will vary from region to region. But it’s previously been speculated that the device will cost about £1000 ($1458/€1140).

The GD910 has an integrated camera which lets its wearer make video calls over a 3G connection of up to 7.3Mb/s.

It also features voice recognition, text-to-speech functionality, Bluetooth, an MP3 player and 1.4in touch-sensitive screen. ®

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