Just a few days after releasing a white version of its Chocolate cellphone in the U.S., LG has unveiled the cellphone's successor, the KE800. Destined to be referred to as the Chocolate 2 or the Chocolate Platinum, the cellphone sports a number of improvements over its predecessor, save for one problem: it still uses those awful touch-sensitive "buttons" that don't work half the time. Gone is the shoddy 1.3-megapixel camera and in comes a 2-megapixel camera complete with autofocus. (Also gone is that "look-I'm-an-iPod-wannabe" wheel thing found in the current U.S. Chocolate.) The internal memory gets a boost, too, jumping from 128MB to 256MB. You'll also now find FM radio support and stereo Bluetooth support for all those Bluetooth headphones coming out nowadays. Keep reading after the jump for a few more hot pixxx.
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