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CES 2009: LG GD910 Watch Phone entering production 2H 2009

CES 2009: LG GD910 Watch Phone entering production 2H 2009

LG have confirmed that their cellphone watch, the LG GD910, will go into production in the later half of 2009.  The device, which has full 3G HSDPA connectivity, a 1.43-inch touchscreen and text-to-speech functionality, will go on sale in Europe this year.  LG's Dr Woo Paik demonstrated the watch-phone live on stage at LG's press conference at CES this morning, making a speakerphone call.

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Orange France launch LG GD910 watch-phone from $1,290

Orange France launch LG GD910 watch-phone from $1,290

After months of speculation, Orange France have confirmed pricing for the LG GD910 watch phone. Originally tipped to cost in excess of £1,000 ($1,676), the GD910 has been listed on the carrier's site from €399 ($573) with a new 12- or 24-month contract.

Update: Orange France have changed their press release, to confirm that the LG GD910 starts from €899 ($1,290) rather than €399 as it originally suggested.

LG GD910 3G cellphone watch coming to CES before European launch

LG GD910 3G cellphone watch coming to CES before European launch

LG have confirmed that their 3G cellphone watch, the LG GD910, is going into production.  The concept was originally demonstrated as a concept at CES 2008 in January, but will be among the products on-show by the company at CES 2009 next month.  In addition to 7.2 Mbps HSDPA compatibility, the GD910 has a 1.43-inch touchscreen and a front-mounted camera for video calls or still/video capture.

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LG watch-phone refresh and touchscreen Android coming 2010

LG watch-phone refresh and touchscreen Android coming 2010

LG have confirmed that they are planning follow-up versions of their LG GD910 watch phone, though it's unclear whether an entirely new model is on the cards.  Speaking at a launch event for the LG GW620 Android smartphone this week, the company's UK sales and marketing director, John Barton, revealed that "more styles" of watch phone were in the pipeline, together with a non-keyboard Android handset for 2010.

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