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LG Shines with Metallic KE770 Candybar

Metal is seriously increasing in popularity when it comes to cell phone material choices, and LG is hopping all over that bandwagon with a whole family of metallic phones. Today, we introduce you to the KE770, a candybar-style handset that comes wrapped in a full metal jacket too. It will fall under the same “Shine” banner as its other metallic brethren, which include the KE970 slider phone and SV490 flip phone. The exact specifications surrounding the KE770 have not yet been released, but the casing appears to be brushed aluminum.

We also spot a camera featuring quite prominently on the KE770’s backside, a standard-sized full color display, metal keypad with blue backlight, volume controls on the side, and some sort of integrated music player. Stay tuned for more information as it comes pouring in from Barcelona at 3GSM.

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