After selling over 10 million units of the original Cookie LG is clearly keen to stick with the popular branding by announcing the impending launch of the Cookie Plus.
The KP500 Cookie became a consumer favourite because it offered high end touchscreen thrills for a low price and the Cookie Plus is set to be its direct replacement when it becomes available on the Korean market before hitting stores worldwide.
Social networking will play a big part in the Cookie Plus, with Facebook, Twitter and Flikr apps built in for easy access. There is also the inclusion of LG's own LiveSquare contacts manager, which has appeared in the recently released LG Pop amongst others.
In an official press release LG said that the phone is the first in "a full batch of new Cookie handsets [due for release] in 2010".
LG plans to launch the Cookie Plus, which will have a three megapixel camera and comprehensive multimedia support, around the world from March 2010.
Italian and French consumers will be the first Europeans to see the Cookie Plus come to their shores, but it should be in the UK soon after.
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