LG releases Wine Smart: company's first ever Android-clamshell smartphone

LG releases its first ever Android-powered clamshell phone in Korea. Dubbed as the LG Wine Smart, the handset is intended for the entry-level market; and most especially for the elderly and handicapped users.

The flip phone come with 1.2-gigahertz quad-core CPU coupled with a gigabyte of RAM. The display comes in at 3.5-inch with True IPS tech from the Korean outfit. The screen will have an HVGA display that sums up to 480 x 320 pixel resolution at 165 ppi density.

Camera-wise, you’ll have the 8-megapixel and VGA combo. The device is LTE and HSPA+ capable so there’s no wonder that it’ll take advantage of Korea’s super-fast LTE network. The device is available in both Black and white hues.

LG Wine Smart Specs

118.6×59.4×16.9mm at 140.8g
3.5-inch HVGA 480 x 320p True IPS display at 165ppi
1.2-gigahertz quad-core processor
4GB internal storage
With up to 32GB thru microSD
8-megapixel rear camera
0.3-megapixel VGA front camera
Bluetooth 4.0
DMB (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting)
FM Radio
USB 2.0
1W speaker
Android 4.4 KitKat with UX interface
1,700mAh battery
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