Besides being the lookers they are, the all new LG KS360 and LG KM710 offer users enhanced connectivity and an extensive range of multimedia features
The LG KS360 phone boasts a 2.4-inch touch screen display, a full slide out QWERTY keypad and a 2-megapixel camera with video recording capabilities. The phone incorporates various multimedia features like a MP3 player, MPEG-4 player, FM radio, photo and video editor.
The phone is packed with an internal memory of 14 MB and supports expansion of memory upto 2GB.
Additionally, the phone allows users to send group messages of upto 100 contacts in English and Hindi languages. Other features include Yahoo search, NDTV active, document viewer, mobile tracker and more.
Targeting music buffs, the LG KM710 phone integrates a dual touch sensitive display with music control keys and a new Cocktails-Mocktails feature. It sports a 3-megapixel camera with an enviable 4x digital zoom, a video recording feature with four different colour effects and comes with an internal memory of 15MB expandable to 4GB. The phone is also wrapped with other features such as Data Wallet, E2E dictionary and five exciting games.
The LG KS360 phone is available for Rs11,500 whereas the LG KM710 phone retails at Rs12,500.
At the Mobile World Congress, LG make a statement that 2009 will be the year of Android for the company thus taking mobile social networking head-on.
KS360, a slide out QWERTY keypad mid range handset is to be launched in a 3G version, as well as an Android model too, a perfect value proposition during the recession where optimum functionality intersects the right price point.
The 2.4-inch touch-screen display delivers a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The handset comes equipped with a 2 mega-pixel camera, FM radio, pre-loaded applications and games. Based on EDGE/GPRS connectivity, LG KS360 offers access to Yahoo search and NDTV active. The phone comes with Stereo Bluetooth, USB 2.0 connectivity options and with an onboard memory of 14 MB with support for 2 GB microSD card.