LG G4010

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LG G4010, opened

The LG G4010 is a basic dual-band clamshell phone released by LG in 2003.

It was released alongside the G4050 as LG's first GSM phones for North America and was notable for being very thin at the time.

Variants

  • LG G4011: AT&T Wireless branded version.

Related phones

  • LG 510W: A predecessor of the G4010. A notable difference is that the 510W doesn't have a SMAF chip.
  • LG G510: A predecessor of the G4010.
  • LG G4050: The sister of the G4010, released as a high-end model.

Specs

Basics

G4010
HW Platform/ChipsetTI D751992GHH
SW Platform/OSLG Proprietary (based on ATI Nucleus PLUS 1.0.G1.1)
Display 128 x 128, STN, 2-bit greyscale
LED IndicatorRed/green
Flash memory16 MB
Phonebook capacity100
Charging and data connectorLG G7050 connector
Regulatory infoFCC ID: BEJG4010 (approved 2003-06-12)

Connectivity

G4010
Operating modesGSM (850/1900)
DataGPRS
SIM sizeMini SIM
IrDANo
BluetoothNot supported
PC LinkAT modem command support

Media

G4010
Supported image formatsGIF, WBMP
Supported sound formatsIMY, MID, MMF
Speaker configurationSingle ear speaker
Line out2.5mm jack used for voice only
SynthesizerYamaha YMU762 (MA-3)

Messaging

G4010
SMSYes
EMSYes

Pre-loaded content

Games

  • Black Jack

Accessories

Batteries

Chargers

Firmware

There is currently two firmwares available for this phone.