One of LG’s star handsets this year was definitely the LG Shine, which debuted earlier in the year of 2007 to quite a bit of fanfare. Back then, The only unit available was the LG Shine KE970, made primarily for the European and Asian market. it didn’t have 3G, and its features were rather underwhelming. The LG Shine CU720 from AT&T. Not only is it quad-band (and not tri-band like the KE970), The Shine CU720 also comes equipped with 3G support thanks to AT&T’s HSDPA network, The CU720′s navigation joystick. But if you really must have the shiniest slider phone on the block, The LG Shine certainly fits the bill. It’s available for $79.99 only at cellhut with a two-year service agreement. you can use the display as a small compact mirror when the phone is in standby mode. Measuring 3.93 inches tall by 1.99 inches wide by 0.59 inch thick and weighing about 4.23 ounces, the Shine has a solid stainless steel body that makes it feel very sturdy in the hand. the Shine CU720 packs quite a bit punch when it comes to features. For the basics, The Shine CU720 has a nice 1,000-entry contacts list with room in each entry for two numbers, an e-mail address, and a memo. You can also assign a contact to any caller group, a photo for caller ID, or one of 10 polyphonic ringtones. Other basic features include a vibrate mode, text and multimedia messaging, an alarm clock, a calculator, a memo pad, a calendar, a calculator, a tip calculator, a world clock, a tasks list, a stopwatch, a unit converter, a date finder, and a d-day counter. More advanced features include voice-command support, a wireless Web browser, a voice recorder, e-mail, instant messaging (supports AOL, Windows Live, and Yahoo messaging services), a speakerphone, and stereo Bluetooth.