LG has unveiled what it is claiming to be the smallest, slimmest 3.2-inch touchscreen handset on the market, fittingly called the LG Mini.
More specs are expected closer to launch, but we do know that the Mini will pack a 5 megapixel camera, 3G and Wi-fi connectivity, A-GPS, video capability and FM radio into its skinny metal shell.
As we've come to expect from most new handsets these days, there will also be a strong emphasis on social networking, with built-in Facebook and Twitter apps, a Social Network Feed on the homescreen and updates next to contacts in the phone's Social Address Book.
And as for looks, don't expect any buttons on this handset – the 16:9 touchscreen goes right to the edge of the phone meaning this probably won't be a handset for you prefer your hard keys.
LG has promised the Mini will deliver all this at a "reasonable price", but we can expect to hear exact pricing and full specs nearer to the phone's April launch.
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