New LG GD510 Cookie Pep Phone, A Corby Killer ?

March 5th, 2010 | 7 Comments | Posted in Mobiles by bharath

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LG launches Corby killer in India:

LG has finally decided to launch its globally popular model LG GD510 in India, six months after it’s global release.It will be known as the LG Cookie Pep in India.

LG GD510 is a 3-inch full touchscreen phone,with 3.15 MP camera (sadly no flash !), Bluetooth 2.0, multimedia player, social networking app for Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace (like Samsung Corby).

Cookie Pep supports 3G but lacks Wi-Fi.Check out the full specifications from the following table.

LG GD510 Cookie Pep

LG GD510 Cookie Pep Specifications:

Brand Name LG GD510
aka
LG COOKIE PEP
Physical Details Weight: 3.2 oz.
Dimensions: 4×1.9×0.6 in.
Display 3″ WQVGA full touchscreen
256k colors
240 x 400 pixels(resolution)
Memory 42MB internal memory
Expandable up to 8GB (using memory card)
Talk time 4.1 Hours
300 Hours standby time
Camera 3.15 Megapixels
Max res: 2048×1536 pixels
Audio Playback formats eAAC, MP3, WAV
Video Playback formats H263, H264, MP4
Network EDGE, GSM, UMTS (3G)
Connectivity Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
MicroUSB
Colors Silver

LG GD510 Cookie Pep Pictures:

LG-GD510-Pop-1

Price:

The phone is priced at Rs. 7,799 in India.

At this price (below Rs 8,000), the phone is truly a competitor to Samsung Corby.

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7 Responses to “New LG GD510 Cookie Pep Phone, A Corby Killer ?”

  1. B A Shah Says:

    I have purchased this phone in Rs. 600/- and I am enjoying its features.

  2. B A Shah Says:

    I have purchased this phone in Rs. 6000/- and I am enjoying this.

  3. bharath Says:

    @B A  Shah, you mean Rs. 6000 ??

  4. bharath Says:

    From which store??

  5. B A Shah Says:

    From Ahmedabad
     

  6. Priyadarshini Says:

    LG cookie pep rocks.. Awesome browsing… have installed opera, .. 3g is also awesome with good clarity

  7. prashant Says:

    i really love this phone but does it support 3g????
    help

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