LG has conformed that its Mini GD880 will support HTML5 in its Phantom Browser and will go on sale later this month (April), a first for the South Koreans. They figure it’s much faster and has a more stable internet experience, built using the most recent Webkit standards. Up to 10 browser windows can be open at once, and although it’s not running Android, a large number of Google apps are supported in the browser—Latitude, Gmail, Calendar, Maps and Buzz.
Here’s a summary of the specifications: The HSDPA phone has a 5.0MP camera, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, FM radio, and 3.2-inch display. While it’s running LG’s S-Class OS (not exactly the best OS we’ve come across), the specs are little additional features such as Air Sync, which updates all of the phone’s data OTA to your PC, and vice versa, make it worth checking out if you’re after a “lite” secondary phone I think.