LG Viewty and Samsung G800, Ace 5 Megapixel Cameraphones

By: Matt Sharp

The Samsung G800 is a power-packed slider phone featuring a 2.4 inch 262k colour screen with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The phone is equipped with a 5 megapixel camera with features like autofocus, Xenon flash and 3 x digital zoom. On the connectivity part, the phone has features like 3G HSDPA, A2DP, GPRS, EDGE and USB; One can easily access the web through WAP 2.0 XHTML, HTML and RSS Feeds. The phone houses features like an integrated music player and stereo FM radio.

Other embedded features are Java games, TV Output, Mobile Printing, document viewer, handsfree speakerphone etc.

The LG Viewty comes with an impressive 3 inch 262k colour TFT screen that supports a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels. This screen makes for very good viewing experience. If you are interested in music, then the LG Viewty turns into a very good music playing gadget. The device has got a high-performance music player with solid sound output - even at full volume, you can experience distortion-free sound effect.

The LG Viewty offers the users nice and fast Internet access through features like WAP 2.0/xHTML. Now you can easily experience mobile Internet wherever you want. Those who are fond of face-to-face video calling, for them the handset has a secondary VGA videocall camera. There is also a FM radio attached in the phone, so, your music will never end! The handset also offers good connectivity functions such as GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth, USB and 3G. SMS, EMS, MMS and e-mail are the other important features in this phone. With the innovative TV Output feature, you can connect the LG Viewty with a TV and view images and videos on a bigger screen. The LG Viewty features 100MB shared memory and comes with memory expansion facility with MicroSD memory card. Among other noticeable features in the phone mention may specially be made of voice memo, built-in hands free, Flash UI, downloadable wallpapers and so on.

Both the Samsung G800 and LG Viewty are available now.

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