LG V9000 3G DMB phone announced

9 Mar 2006 | CeBIT , LG | 3 comments


LG Electronics announced today the world's first 3G UMTS DMB phone. Called the V9000, this phone is currently being showcased at CeBIT 2006.

The LG V9000 is compatible with Europe's GSM, GPRS, UMTS services, which account for 75 percent of the global handset market, and with terrestrial DMB which has been developed in Korea. It features a wide-swing 2.2 inch LCD screen, which gives users a better viewing, for up to three hours. It will be released in Germany in May.

Meanwhile, a research institute, has predicted that the size of the global mobile TV phone market, which is currently 8 million units accounting for only 1% of the overall handset market, will grow to 120 million units by 2010, representing 10% of handsets worldwide.

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by nat on Apr 5, 2006

how much does this phone cost

by biruk on Apr 27, 2006

how much does the dmb phone cost? and does it work in africa?

by chris on Dec 19, 2006

how much does the phone cost? and when is it going to be released to the US