Shown at MWC 2009, the beautiful LG GD900 transparent keypad phone will also get some press time at CTIA Wireless, starting tomorrow, April 1. We also learned that GD900 will be showing its transparent side in shops starting from May, packing neat features, like the S-Class Touch UI and 3 inch touchscreen.



The phone’s display supports a WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels) and finger gestures, so, for example, if you draw an M on the screen, the MP3 player will start and if you draw a circle, you’ll be able to adjust the music volume.

In May, LG GD900 will be available in Europe and Asia, for a yet unannounced amount of cash, probably pretty pricy, because of the hot looks.

[via Unwired View]

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