LG Chocolate (VX8575)

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LG Chocolate Touch (VX8575)
Manufacturer LG
Slogan Is it a phone, or something better? or Life's Good!
Series LG Chocolate Series
Compatible networks Verizon Wireless
Availability by country October 2010
Predecessor LG Chocolate 3 (LG VX-8560)
Successor Pantech Crux
Related LG Touch LG8575 (Alltel and US Cellular)
Form factor Bar
Memory 1 Gigabyte Dedicated Built-In Storage for Music
Removable storage Up To 8 GB MicroSD Card Slot (No Card Included)
Battery 850 mAh Standard Battery
Data inputs Touch QWERTY and Alphanumeric
Display 3.2 Inch QVGA, Resistive Touch Screen
Rear camera 3.2-megapixel, with autofocus and flash
Front camera none
Connectivity 1X Digital and 3G CDMA
Other Colors (both battery covers included): black or purple
Development status Discontinued
Hearing aid compatibility Yes

The LG VX8575, often referred to simply as the LG Chocolate Touch, is the fourth cellular phone in the popular LG Chocolate line with the Verizon Wireless network. Like the other Chocolate phones, the phone has an MP3 player that runs on Dolby Mobile. Since its release in November 2009, roughly 1.2 million devices have been sold. Also the LG Chocolate Touch has a 3.2-megapixel camera. The device was also released on Alltel as the AX8575 or the LG Touch, as well as on U.S. Cellular as the UX8575 or LG Touch. The phone was discontinued in the fall of 2010 and was replaced by the Pantech Crux, which was another music-oriented phone. However, the Chocolate Touch on Verizon Wireless is still available as a Certified Pre-Owned device for free.

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