This one caught the lot of mobile enthusiasts, including us here at Unwired View, by surprise. Though we first reported about the possibility of LG rolling out a certain “K910″ with an 8MP camera a few months back, and we were wondering when LG would finally unveil it to mock its puny mobile phone competitors.
Well, apparently, they did. And now LG has just officially announced the LG K910, which is to be the LG Viewty’s 8 megapixel successor. But aside from its gargantuan-megapixel camera module, what else does the K910 really have to offer?
The 8 megapixel camera on the LG K910 won’t go to waste with its built-in Xenon flash, Schneider-Kreuznach optics, Face Tracking, Smile Shot and blink detection technology. That’s already a lot of features right there, but there’s still much we haven’t discussed yet.
It can play DivX and Xvid movies out of the box on its 3-inch WQVGA full touchscreen LCD, as well as deliver incredible sound with the help of Dolby Mobile.
Finally, with the LG KC910, users should be able to enjoy up to 7.2Mbps downloads with HSDPA connectivity, and easily find their way to wherever they’re going with its A-GPS enabled navigation feature.
The LG KC910 will be available starting in October, and LG will be providing more details regarding the handset and official release soon.
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