The LG Chocolate which was introduced by LG in 2006 was the most popular phone in the company’s history. The original Chocolate phone managed to sell over 21 million handsets worldwide. LG is now paving the way for a successor to the LG Chocolate to celebrate it’s success.
The new phone will be the fourth in the LG Black Label series of phones and will be designed by the same team that originally created the first Chocolate. The phone is set to be officially announced in August but LG have already made available to us both the image and video previews.
The phone is said to be an iPhone killer and should have BL40 as model number although it may change.
The phone is also set to have some very revolutionary features:
- 4inch Touch- Screen with resolution of 800*345 pixels and for the first time on a mobile, screen with 21:9 aspect ratio. Actually it’s just recently that the first 21:9 aspect TVs were announced by Philips, so this is a remarkable achievement.
- It is also rumoured to sport a 5 Megapixel camera.
- HSDPA, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, Multi-Touch, Flash Based 3D UI
Here’s the video of the phone in action: