Are Lgs Shining Stars Bright Enough for You?

By: Simon Smith

There comes a time when we have to move on a different track from our symmetrical order in an attempt to showcase a unique profile of us. The mobile phone industry also goes through a similar situation, in which manufacturers are forced to play with their unique creative impulses to produce something that is different as well as attractive. Almost every manufacturer has something spectacular to live by as a creator of some unique products. LG is one of that lot, and its latest creations in the category of innovatively unique mobile phones are the LG KE970 Shine and the LG U970 Shine.

Making its way to the phone market prior to the other, the LG KE970 Shine is a brilliantly structured device with a mirror effect 2.2 Inch TFT colour screen. The phone slides open smoothly to reveal an embedded keypad that is quite user friendly. The Tri Band phone has a 2.0 megapixel camera with flash, autofocus and 2 x digital zoom. Other features on this ornately designed phone are USB, Bluetooth, GPRS, WAP and XHTML. Following up to the popularity and success of the LG KE970, the manufacturer quickly came out with an upgrade version in the form of the LG U970 Shine.

The new LG Shine is a comparatively superior phone with some trendy features and abilities. Displaying a similar mirror effect 2.2 Inch QVGA colour screen, the slider phone goes one step ahead with a 2.0 megapixel camera with Schneider Kreuznach lens, flash, autofocus and 2 x digital zoom. The phone even possesses a second VGA camera for video calling. The 3G technology based phone flaunts a music player that supports MP3, AAC, AAC+ and AAC++ formats.

Comparatively speaking, the LG U970 shine has more improved features, although the message is clear that LG has the potential to showcase innovation at the drop of a handkerchief.

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