Posts Tagged ‘Viewty’
The new LG Viewty successor, KC910, which now has a name, the Renoir, has been sighted and here are some photos of it courtesy of IT168.com. Just to remind ourselves of the features, it is a quad-band GSM with HSPDA, 3 inches WQVGA touchscreen, 8Mpxl camera, aGPS, Wi-Fi. Feast your eyes and keep a lookout for it in a store near you in October.
[Via BoyGenius Report]
Today, LG officially unveiled its successor to the popular Viewty phone, the KC910 which I reported on in August. According to LG, this is the only 8Mpxl camera-phone with full touchscreen interface and the thinnest at 13.95mm on the market. The new flagship will have a 3 inches QVGA screen with 400×240 pixel. The KC910 carries on the Viewty legacy of a high-quality experience with photos and videos with Schneider-Kreuznach lens equipped camera, which has an effective ISO rating of up to 1600 and is backed up by a true xenon flash. Like the Viewty, it can take 120 frames per second video to capture fast action clips. The phone comes with AGPS and supports 3G with HSPDA and Wi-Fi support. The phone will be available in October with other details including price forthcoming.
LG announced the successor to its popular LG Viewty phone. The KC910 is touchscreen phone with huge 3inches screen with WQVGA 240×400 display. This 8Mpxl phone with Dolby sound, DivX and XviD support for video playback comes in a slim 14mm package and is slimmest amongst all 8Mpxl phones. The phone also has Xenon flash, Schneider-Kreuznach lens, ISO up to 1600 and can capture video in VGA resolution at 30fps and in QVGA at up to 120fps for slow motion effect. This quad-band GSM phone with support for HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, has Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, microSD slot for up to 8GB of memory, and TV-out for watching images or videos on larger screen.
LG is coming out with a new phone called Viewty aka LG KU990, that is more camera than a phone. It has all the standard features of a smartphone including Java support, Microsoft Office document support, and contact management. It also includes the Google package: Google Search, e-Blogger, Gmail™ and Google Maps™ for mobile handsets. Based on GSM technology, it comes with 100MB internal memory, 2Gb microSD card slot, and has 240X400 touch screen with handwriting recognition. But, boy, what a camera it is. It comes with largest resolution in camera-phone so far, 5Mpxl, with both auto and manual focus capabilities, 4 ISO settings 100, 200, 400 & 800, image stabilization, and high-speed video recording with 120 frames per second. I can’t wait to get my hands on this puppy! Sadly, no word on whether it will be released in US yet.