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LG: watchphones for all in 2010

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If you haven’t been impressed by LG’s all-hype and little-substance GD910 watchphone so far, then fear not. The firm has hinted at plans to improve on the design next year.

LG GD910

LG's GD910 didn't quite live up to the hype

At an LG press event in London last night, the company told Register Hardware that new additions will be made to the LG watchphone family during 2010 and they will sport "different styles".

The company remained annoyingly tight-lipped about the second-generation GD910’s features.

We at Register Hardware hope LG improve the device’s call-placing simplicity and camera quality – both of which were criticised in our GD910 review back in September 2009. ®

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