Following LG Electronics’ launch into GSM mobile, the company has unveiled a new camera handset — the LG G7100. It allows users to take photographs with its integrated VGA camera and features a flip-top that rotates 270 degrees. The rotating screen combines with the in-built flash to allow the user to capture images from every angle day or night. The G7100 supports a Java platform and provides Internet access enabling the user to download a variety of software applications, including games. The phone also conforms to GPRS standards, supports a Java platform and features WAP. Other features include: polyphonic ring-tones, infra-red capabilities, T9 predictive text, seven-colour external indicator, ring tone identification and a 195-entry phone book capacity. Key features include in-built VGA digital camera with 4x zoom and flash function; integrated 270-degree rotative screen; GPRS class 10; WAP 1.2.1; multimedia messaging; enhanced messaging; four-way navigation key; internal 1.3MB memory; downloadable applications, games, logos and ring tones. The LG G7100 is distributed by BrightPoint and Roadhound.