LG Electronics has launched its new Secret line in the UK -- a sleek, stylish new camera phone with a shiny carbon fiber casing whose emphasis is not only on "smarts" but also on "trends."
Originally leaked several weeks ago, the Secret follows the LG Chocolate and LG Shine phone models in the Black Label Series, which has helped boost LG's phone sales with more than 25 million sales worldwide.
The Secret is 11.8 mm thick, making it the thinnest 5-megapixel camera available on the market, and features 3G and Bluetooth connectivity. In addition to the 5-megapixel camera, it's able to record video at 120 frames per second directly into the DivX video format. Similar to the Viewty line of mobile phones, Secret also offers inline photo and video editing, with built-in facial editing software and automatic lighting adjustments.
The features list also includes Bluetooth, music playback, FM radio, microSD slot, sliding keypad, support for Microsoft Office files, and 100 MB of internal memory. Gmail, Google Maps, and YouTube videos are bundled with the phone's built-in browser.
Users can play video games using motion-controlled technology, while using the touch-screen to browse through photos, games, music and other files.
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