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LG Mini GD800 Phantom Browser Will Support HTML5 Confirms LG

LG will have the LG Mini GD800 Smartphone on sale sometime later this month and along with that LG has now confirmed that the LG Mini GD800’s phantom browser will support HTML5 and will be the first time it has been pushed out by LG reports gizmodo.

Apparently word is the LG Mini GD800 is much faster with a more stable internet experience and has been constructed using the latest Webkit standards, and can open up to ten browser windows simultaneously.

Although the LG Mini GD800 doesn’t run the Android operating system it does support a multitude of Google related applications in the browser such as Gmail, Google Maps, Calendar, Buzz and Latitude.

Spec wise the LG Mini GD800 offers a 3.2 inch display, 5 megapixel camera, HSDPA, A-GPS, FM radio, WiFi and runs the LG S-Class operating system and will become available in Europe initially with other countries to follow.