LG has confirmed this morning that its new Black Label Series handset will be called the LG Secret.
The new blower, revealed at a swanky hotel in London today, packs a Viewty–matching 5MP camera and is the follow up to the super–successful Shine and Chocolate cells.
The KF 750, to give it it's official name, measures a mere 11.8mm, slapping down its 5MP rivals, the N95, N96 and Samsung G800. It'll also handle video at 120fps, as well as DivX. It's even loaded up with a special Google package so you can access GMail, YouTube and Google Maps. Nice. It'll also sync automatically with your PC via Bluetooth, so no pesky wires.
The 2.4in screen crams in haptic feedback, which is becoming a bit of a fixture on top notch phones, with Nokia and Samsung adding a slice to their line up.
It's due in Europe first, before heading to Asia and South America later in the year, with a release date set for some time in May. Not long to wait then.
While you're waiting to get hold of one, why not take a peek at how we broke the story on the LG Secret two weeks ago, and let us know what you think of the Korean’s latest effort.
On sale: May