That slick-looking Mini GD880 phone from LG that was introduced last week has been handed some more details for its profile card at MWC. It'll be the first phone to support LG's new 3-Way Sync service, Air Sync.
It's a fancy way of saying it continually syncs over the air using that very-2010 term "cloud computing", backing up browsing habits, photos, videos, calendars and contact details. Information is exchanged from the phone to the user's computer, with the last 100 websites visited on the PC being transferred to the GD880, embarrassing search results and all.
It'll be available in the UK in April, with international release details expected later. For the full story on the specs, head on over here.

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