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Bell introduces the ultra-slim LG Cherry Chocolate mobile phone

Bell Canada announced the new LG Cherry Chocolate mobile phone, a cherry-red multimedia powerhouse available exclusively in Canada from Bell. Operating on the Bell Mobility wireless high speed network, the LG Cherry Chocolate from LG Electronics combines a unique minimalist design with great technical specifications - all in a super-bright red hue for Mobility clients looking to make a stylish statement.

The third LG Chocolate model available from Bell Mobility, the LG Chocolate Cherry features:

  • A sleek “slider” design
  • Built-in MP3 music player
  • Integrated 1.3 MP digital camera and camcorder with zoom and flash
  • 150 MB of internal memory to store music and other data
  • Bluetooth 1.1 capable for wireless printing
  • Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) to share pictures, sounds and text

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     [July 11, 2007]


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