LG is planning to launch another Android-based mobile phone, it's fourth after the GW620, the GW880 (as opposed to GD880) - a phone aimed at the Chinese market - and GW990. This new model is to be known as the GT540 and will include a touchscreen display packing in 240 x 400 pixels and fast data transfer capability via HSDPA. A motion UI player will be included alongside a new variant of the primary user interface - although details of the software are unknown at the moment.
The phone will also feature DivX support, a microSD slot to expand the internal memory plus a 3-megapixel camera with autofocus and face tracking, according to the Phandroid website.
Expect to see the initial launch of the LG GT540 Swift in Europe with April being the likely date for its release. It's currently unknown how much the phone will be priced at but expect a mid-range figure.
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