Published on December 6th,2007 at 4:13 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

The “Rhapsody in Music” Phone from LG!

Some news from Korea, with the latest music phone from LG: the Rhapsody in Music, an excellent way to name a product that codename freaks know as the LG LB3300. As you could expect, this one is all about music; it features a navigation “Wheel Key” (iPOD style), a multimedia player, 1GB memory and microSD port, but also BlueTooth, DMB, 2MPx DigiCam, and all those things that naturally find their way into most Korean portable tech accessories!

As you can see, the design is pretty sleek. The price is set at 500,000Won (~367Euros).

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