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#14656 14-Jul-2007 11:06
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Anyone get the Telecom flyer today that states the LG Groove has a 256GByte flash storage, is this real or a gaf.

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  #78050 14-Jul-2007 11:52
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AHAHHA buy one and do thing for wrong advertising

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  #78051 14-Jul-2007 12:13
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I was unaware that there was a flyer distributed for the LG Grove as it is not currently available for sale, It is listed in Telecoms magazine with 64MB internal memory with MicroSD expansion. I believe they expect release date in the near future

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