Cingular launches new LG GSM/GPRS mobile phones - no Bluetooth
Posted on 8-Nov-2003 10:24.
Filed under: News
Cingular Wireless and LG Mobile Phones announced that Cingular is the first carrier in the U.S. to offer LG’s new line of handsets for the Global System for Mobile communications (GSM). LG Mobile Phones and Cingular are also introducing LG’s first two GSM handsets, the G4010 and G4050.
“LG’s goal is to provide consumers with fashionable phones that give them the functions and services that they want,” said Jae Hoon Bae, president of LG Mobile Phones. “Introducing a whole new group of feature-rich GSM handsets designed specifically for Cingular Wireless to compliment their new services gives customers the opportunity to experience these impressive services in great style.”
These are not top of the line mobile phones, but offer some good functionality combination. It's a shame Bluetooth is not included:
Specs for G4050:
GPRS Class 10 High-Speed Data Communications
Dimensions: 3.39” (H) x 1.73” (W) x 1.02” (D)
Weight: 3.21 oz.
Internal LCD: 65K Color STN, 128 x 160 Pixels
External OEL: 96 x 64 Pixels
Standard Lithium Ion Battery
Talk Time 3 Hrs
Standby 8 days
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
Java Support for Application and Games
10 Caller ID Ringers - with memory for up to 50 downloadable ringers
5 Wallpapers - with memory for up to 20 downloadable wallpapers
Personal Organizer: Calendar with Scheduler, Memo, Phone Book Phone Book with 255 contacts - each stores 3 numbers and 1 email address
Openwave UP 6.2 Browser (WAP 2.0)
SMAF/SMF Midi Sound (40 Polyphonic)
The specs for G4010 are very similar to those of the G4050, with less memory and no MMS support.