Not only does it come equipped with a 12-megapixel camera to rival Samsung's Pixon 12 and Sony Ericsson's Satio, the GC990 "Louvre" also allows for HD video clips at 30fps and packs Schneider-Kreuznach optics, autofocus, and the preferred xenon flash.
With an obvious focus on phone photography, the handset also promises ISO to 3200, geotagging and no shutter lag so you'll be able to get your snaps in a flash.
Aside from its rather impressive camera specs, the phone is also touted as having a 3.2-inch touchscreen, Wi-fi with DLNA, A-GPS, Bluetooth, accelerometer and support for DivX and Xvid video formats.
As for whether we'll ever get our hands on this little beauty, LG has said:
"The GC900 or 'Louvre' mobile phone from LG, is a great example of the type of mobile technology innovation LG is developing. This is a concept model only however, and as such there are no confirmed plans to bring it to market. As we have further details on our camera-phone portfolio or other mobiles, LG will provide information on where and when they will be available to consumers."
Seems like we'd best not hold our breath just yet, but we will of course keep you in the loop with any updates. Until then, see how LG is doing with its latest handset, the LG Crystal.
Via: GSM Arena