LG GD880 Mini launched

April 9th, 2010 - 11:50 pm by Wajiha H.
The LG GD880 Mini was announced at the MWC early this year and now itís out there for you to grab one for yourself. One thing that you should know is that this is the first feature phone to have come up with an HTML5-compatible web browser. You can also see a preview of this phone that we did some time back but itís such a remarkable phone that we just canít get enough of it somehow. LG GD880 Mini is the first phone by LG to have the company's proprietary WebKit-based Phantom Browser.
The best things about it are perhaps its ability to open up to 10 tabs at the same time, a faster and more stable internet experience and support for full Flash, too. You can now also sync your browsing history due to the LG AirSync service.

Other features are more or less the same as the original e.g. its 3.2" capacitive touchscreen with multi-touch support the 5-megapixel autofocus camera and the built-in GPS receiver as well as the support for HSDPA, Wi-Fi and stereo Bluetooth. The phone is more compatible with various social networks.

Whole of Europe will be able to get an access to it now according to LG itself. The estimated price is about 350 euro however it will mostly be region specific.