Flyers for LG’s latest touchscreen cellphone have shown up over at HowardForums, with the metal-bodied slider headed to Alltel in what’s expected to be the near future. With a 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen featuring a PRADA-like menu system, together with a slide-out number pad, 2-megapixel camera with flash, EV-DO and Bluetooth, the handset most closely resembles LG’s Shine.
Check out the full spec-sheet after the cut
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The handset also has a microSD slot supporting cards up to 4GB in size, speaker-independent voice control, is compatible with Alltel’s Access TV and Navigation subscription services and features the A2DP stereo Bluetooth profile for wireless headphones. The Glimmer’s media player can handle MP3, WMA, AAC and AAC+ audio files, playlists and appears as a mass storage device when hooked up to your PC via USB.
LG are quoting the Glimmer as managing up to 3.5hrs talktime or 7 days standby from its 800mAh battery; it weighs 4.48oz and measures 4 x 2.05 x 0.59-inches. No release date or price have been indicated
[via Engadget Mobile]