By Chuong Nguyen | July 13, 2009 1:39 AM
We despise and loathe dumbphones because they lack the inner brain of a smartphone. Sure, the lack of synchronization ability, a way to load and manage applications for extensibility, and PIM capabilities that aren’t up to par are usually the reasons why we hold a disdain for the non-smartphone, but the LG Chocolate, in its forthcoming edition, will have us re-thinking our feelings. The elegant, narrow 4-inch display is a marvel. If rumors are to be correct, the display will be in 21:9 scale featuring a multitouch 800 X 345 resolution multitouch screen that is made of scratch-proof tempered glass. Not only is the design attractive, but it will also feature a Flash-based UI, AGPS, WiFi, 7.2 Mbps HSPA 3G data connectivity, and a gorgeous hardware case that makes the slim but wide and tall Toshiba TG01 look clunky.
(via: Engadget Mobile)