Asking price with two-year contract is an astounding $US1,270 because tired, overdone Dick Tracy fantasies and allusions by gadget bloggers are anything but cheap. The presser says this is the "starting price" so the one-year contract might actually be more (that's admittedly a guess on my part, as additional contract subsidising details are not given).
LG Touchscreen GD910 Watch Phone Finally Arrives For $US1,270
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