Cool mobile phones that are coming soon

Nifty designs, snazzy interfaces, and music and video galore: We give you the skinny on a dozen trend-setting mobile phone models that are slated to debut soon in the US and elsewhere.

LG's High-Fashion Lotus


The stylish LG Lotus, another new phone on the Sprint network, is a full QWERTY flip phone that resembles a square makeup compact. Besides having a sophisticated design, the Lotus comes with built-in GPS, a 2-megapixel camera, an integrated music player with external music controls, and up to 12GB of expandable memory. The Lotus's 2.4-inch wide-view display incorporates Sprint's OneClick customizable interface for fast access to texting, the Web, e-mail, and the user's favorite content and features. The Lotus has EvDO support, too, so customers can take advantage of Sprint's broadband and entertainment services.

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