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LG Secret Makes its Debut

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 5:59PM EST

Shhh, LG has a Secret to tell sell you. Ok that was pretty lame, but there really isn’t very much that’s lame about LG’s newly announced carbon fiber-accented Black Label handset dubbed “Secret”. This sucker is packed to the brim with looks and features to match. The fact that LG stuffed these specs into a case that’s 4.1 inches tall and an anorexic half-inch thick is nothing short of remarkable. Enjoy:

  • 2.4″ QVGA touchscreen display, 262k colors (boo), tempered glass, auto-rotation support
  • 5 megapixel camera with flash, autofocus, face detection and image editing software
  • 30 fps VGA and 120 fps QVGA video recording with SmartLight automatic lighting adjustments and Movie Maker software
  • Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP
  • MicroSDHC support
  • Email client, Office document viewer, Google package and YouTube application
  • Included accelerometer-based game pack
  • Voice Clarity technology to minimize background noise for callers
  • 800 mAh battery (boo)

Here’s the bad news: You guessed it, no GSM 850 band. The release schedule makes no mention of the US but we can only keep our fingers crossed that once AT&T has had enough alone time with the Vu, we might see a US version of the Secret sneak ashore.

[Via eCoustics]


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