LG introduced three prototype handsets capable of receiving OTA digital television (DTV) signals. DTV is an alternative to Qualcomm's MediaFLO network and FLO TV services, but unlike the latter it's free and provided by television broadcasters.
These three handsets include a CDMA phone with twin LCD screens; a CDMA model with a 2.8" LCD display and up to four hours of DTV-viewing battery life; and a GSM handset with a 3" LCD screen also with up to 4 hours of DTV time. All three make use of the LG2161R receiver chip, which is currently under testing and will move to mass production this summer.
Stay tuned for more details.