Overview: LG-KC910 the 8 megapixel cameraphone ~ Cell Phone Reviews

Overview: LG-KC910 the 8 megapixel cameraphone


Written on 9/04/2008 03:13:00 PM by poison_ivy

At first glance, with that big analog clock on its screen, the LG-KC910 looks kinda like the Samsung Omnia, but underneath it, well, on paper, the LG-KC910 seems to exceed the Samsung Omnia's specifications.


LG is marketing the LG-KC910 as the LG Viewty's successor. The LG-KC910 is a touch screen phone with a 3 inch WQVGA screen. Like the Samsung Omnia, it has three buttons on its front, a call button, an end button, and the menu button.


So, what's so remarkable about the LG-KC910? Well, first and foremost is the 8 megapixel camera with Schneider-Kreuznach optics. Like the Samsung Omnia, the LG-KC910 is also packed full of camera options including: ISO up to 1600, auto and manual focus, Xenon Flash, Digital zoom, smile, blink, and face detection, image stabilizer, red-eye removal, and geo-tagging. *whistles* The camera specifications on the LG-KC910 is probably the most advanced I've seen on a camera phone so far. The back of the LG-KC910 also has a lens cover in order to protect the Schneider-Kreuznach optics.

Other noteworthy features on the LG-KC910 is its HSDPA connectivity capable of up to 7.2Mbps speed, Bluetooth, WiFi, QVGA Video capture at 120fps, Divx and Xvid playback, GPS, and TV out support. The LG-KC910 also boasts of Dolby Digital Sound for listening to your music. How well that works we can only know once the actual reviews pour in. In the LG-KC910's specification sheet, there's no mention of the internal memory but it has a microSD slot which can support up to 8GB memory.


On paper, the LG-KC910 certainly looks good. LG even mentions that it is capable of giving users a "multi sensorial experience", translation: kinda like the iPhone user interface but not quite. Well, the LG-KC910's predecessor, the LG Viewty certainly is a capable camera phone and if the LG-KC910 lives up to its expectations then this will probably be one of the better 8 megapixel camera phone around.

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  1. Anonymous |

    I've had the LG KC910 for about 1 week and it has so far been fantastic. My first touch screen phone and it is really easy to get to grips with. The menu system is very good and user friendly.

    Best of all, the camera is awesome. Loads of tricks but also a very good 'click and go' if you want it simple.

  2. Anonymous |

    By far the best phone to have,when wanting to make,edit or simply just have fun phone!!! I love this thing similar camera would cost you like 550 and over. the only downfall is the memory when it comes to photos and videos :(


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