If you think that this phone looks a little familiar, you’d be right, because LG already issued a similar release earlier this year. Then again, we all drool over updates to the RAZR line, so we can’t exactly blame Korea’s second largest cell phone maker for taking a great looking design and using it again. This time, we get the music-centric KV2400, complete with beautiful blue lighting and tune-navigating click wheel.
There aren’t a heck of a lot of details available at this point on this Cyon-branded handset, but as you can tell from the pictures, it’s a relatively slim slider (not Samsung Ultra Edition skinny, though) with a large 2.4-inch TFT-LCD display. There’s also a camera on-board for all your 1.3 megapixel picture-taking needs, and an integrated media player to keep you entertained on the go.
While we’d love to tell you about an FCC approval or an announcement by Verizon, by all indications, the LG-KV2400 is yet another Korea-only device.