LG Chocolate (KG800)

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LG Chocolate
Manufacturer LG Electronics
Slogan Are you craving for Chocolate?
Series Black Label Series
Compatible networks GSM triband 900/1800/1900
Availability by country Europe, Asia, Oceania, Africa, South America
Successor LG Shine
Form factor Slider
Dimensions 95 x 48 x 15.2 mm
Weight 83 grams
Memory 128 MB
Battery 800mAh Li-Ion
Display TFT, 262,144 colors
External display N/A
Rear camera 1.3 MP, 1280 x 960 pixels, video (QCIF), flash
Front camera N/A
Connectivity USB & Bluetooth

LG KG800 is the European version of the LG Chocolate, the first product of LG Black Label Series. It is a GSM Tri-Band mobile phone manufactured and sold by LG Electronics. It was released in May 2006 and had its marketing strategy planned and executed [1] by John D. Bernard, a marketer based in the UK.[2] The KG800 is a 'slider' style phone that reveals heat-sensitive touch buttons on its face, which activate upon sliding the phone open. A slightly modified version, released as the LG TG800, was sold by Rogers Wireless (discontinued) and Fido in Canada. Additionally, Bell Mobility has a modified version of this phone that works on their CDMA/3G EVDO network despite the offering of the LG Chocolate (VX8500) in Canada available there through Telus Mobility.

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