The LG KB770 is a mobile phone with a 3.5 G touchscreen and also an incorporated digital TV receiver. Its multimedia features rack up over iPhones. The touchscreen is available in two thousand fifty six different colors together with flash UI as well as wallpapers that can be downloaded and install.

Its 3″ 400 x 240 pixel touchscreen display is impressive but what attracts attention is the DVB-T tuner which enables LG KB770 to capture free-to-air digital TV programs. Those of you who are not able to see adequate TELEVISION programs; this PDA-style mobile phone is a boon for them.

LG KB770 houses a tri-band GSM tool with WCDMA 2100. On its backside, it houses a 3 megapixel digital electronic camera with auto focus. On its front side, it encloses an additional electronic camera for video calling. It has sufficient video clip capture resolution of 320 x 240 pixels at 15 fps.

The LG KB770 is also furnished with a micro SD port, stereo Bluetooth and USB connection. Plus its software program makes up a comprehensive multimedia player, e-mail client, internet browser as well as a personal details administration application.

Regarding weight is worried, LG KB770 weighs 109 grams and also procedures 108 x 53 x 14mm. It has maximum talk time of four hours with around 12 days standby time. LG has announced that LG KB770 will certainly be retailed in Germany from November 2008 onwards for around EUR449 without a SIM.

The phonebook is available in Photocall attribute, which can take care of the call record of 40 called, 40 obtained, 40 missed out on calls. It has polyphonic, MP3 ringtones with vibration as well as has 100 MB integrated memory, which gives enough area to save information.

You can additionally broaden its memory making use of micro SD as well as transflash with around 8GB.

Nokia N97 is available in shiny black different colors casing, with its Internet surfing capability offered in WAP 2.0/ xHTML and also HTML choice.

Jack Daniel is a specialist writer and also the webmaster of LG Mobile Phones.

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