LG has proved to be a major player in the midrange market and its line up of mainstream mobiles is set to grow still further as five brand new additions are launched.
A full-QWERTY messenger called the KS365 is following in the footsteps of the cheap and cheerful KS360, although hopefully its touchscreen display will be available to use more frequently.
The GT405 is set to provide touchscreen thrills and multimedia capabilities and with the S-Class user interface it will feature widgets and polished menus to boot. It will also have a fairly capable five megapixel camera and support for mobile internet via 3G.
The Viewty Smile, which will also be known as the GT400, was announced a week ago, but it looks as though it will essentially exist as a slightly toned-down edition of the GT405 mentioned above.
The LG Pure sees the firm head back to basics with a classy slider that has echoes of Nokia's Classic range and offers 3G support and a five megapixel camera.
Meanwhile, the LG Cookie Music is set to become yet another mobile to bear the Cookie hallmark, although in this case the specifications will be a little more impressive than its siblings. With a generous 4GB of on board storage, it will aim to appeal to serious music-lovers.
The final phone in the latest LG release run is the interestingly named Jacquar 5, featuring a monoblock design, a VGA camera and modest media playback capabilities.