Does your LG Shine Reflect your Personality?

By: Carlodanie Janee

The mobile phone market is practically pitted deep beneath a heap of mobile phones. The influx of mobile phones is amazingly enormous, and a feverish rise in technology is the prime factor responsible for this growth. However, the number of mobile phones that manage to impress and woo the users are not many. Innovative approach on the part of the manufacturers is the primary element that distinguishes successful mobile phones from the dampeners. South Korean manufacturer LG has evidently worked on its innovation process to bring out the LG KE970 or the LG Shine, as it is popularly known.

Like a poetry in motion, the LG Shine defines beauty at its mesmerising best.

Entwined in a stainless steel casing, the tactile sliding phone has a 2.2 Inch colour screen that emits an unusual mirror effect to attract the fashion conscious users. The phone gracefully slides open to reveal an embedded keypad that promotes user friendliness to the core. The phone's 2.0 megapixel camera with flash, autofocus and 2 x digital zoom is worth checking as some pretty clever features enhance its performance to appease the tech-crazy advocates. The Tri Band takes care of the connectivity requirements of the users through channels like USB, Bluetooth and GPRS, its WAP and XHTML browsers provide seamless connection to the Internet for the mobile professionals. An integrated memory of 1 GB offers ample space for users to happily store away their favourite songs, videos and pictures.

The LG Shine is definitely a worthy buy, what with its stunning looks and an innovative assimilation of some trendy abilities boosting its image in the phone market. However, on a more practical note, the manufacturer could have done with some methods to assure the physical security of this delicate communication device. The vulnerability of the phone's screen is too evident for people to have a second thought, although it has gone all the way to impress the trend savvy users in the market.

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