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Live from CES 2010: LG to Step it Up on Smartphones in 2010, Debut two Feature Phones Tomorrow

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January 6th, 2010

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By Ari Driessen
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There was comparatively little on the mobile phone front this morning during LG’s CES 2010 press conference, but the cell phone giant did not that it will be concentrating more on smartphones in 2010. The company also announced that it will be debuting two new feature phones at tomorrow’s show, though the lineup on display during the event only included the likes of the already released LG eXpo projector phone, enV Touch, and Chocolate Touch. LG also officially confirmed that it will be launching Windows Mobile 7 smartphones this year, though it was mum on any hardware running the Windows Mobile 6.5 successor. We’ll be making it over to LG’s booth tomorrow to grab a peak at LG’s new feature phones, so stay tuned.

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