Alltel launches LG Rhythm music phone

Alltel can dance to the music.

The wireless carrier launched a new phone specifically geared around music playing today, the LG Rhythm. The phone has a graphic equalizer and an FM transmitter that lets users stream songs from up to 10 feet away. It also has a 3.5mm stereo headset and a microphone that allows users to switch between listening to music and taking calls. If users have favorite songs they want to access, the phones comes with a 1-inch circular touch screen that acts as a hot key.

The CDMA EV-DO Rev A phone also has a 1.3 megapixel camera and a camcorder, Bluetooth 2.0 capabilities, 120MB of internal memory and a microSD slot capable of holding 16GB. The phone will retail for $120 after a $50 mail-in-rebate with a two-year service contract.

For more:
- see these pictures of the LG Rhythm
- see this release
- see the full specs here

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