LG Chocolate: Users Delight

By: Bradley Ben

Forms and functionality is an integral part of any electronic gadgets. In the digital mobile world, mobile users needs and preferences are changing with time. Stylish and feature rich devices are more in demand. As a consequence, leading manufacturers all across the globe are involved in launching new and stylish mobile gadgets with outstanding feature capabilities. In the same line up, LG has released the most popular LG chocolate.

The device with its tempting looks and slider mechanism makes it more attractive. The slim and slider phone comes equipped with a touch sensitive navigation key - touch the key and get access to the most frequent mobile applications. The touch pad glows red with a soft touch of your fingertips. Slide open and the user-friendly keypad appears - browse advanced phone features that are concealed inside.

In terms of design, the LG chocolate looks very sensual and attractive, but in terms of functionality, there are so many disadvantages. But for fashion conscious world, this device has got its popularity and consumers are still preferring it.

The LG chocolate comes with an in-built 1.3 mega-pixel camera and flash. You can capture both still and motion pictures. Though the camera picture quality is not good, its video feature is excellent. Moreover, the device keeps you rocking with an integrated music player. It supports several music file formats such as MP3 and AAC and keeps downloading process easy. Play your favourite music tracks and feel it in your blood. The phone does not come with an FM radio.

With tri-band network connectivity, the device always lets you stay connected with the people and the world wherever you go. Additionally, the device comes with Bluetooth and USB connectivity options - connect and share data with other compatible devices with or without using a wire. The device does not support expandable memory card, therefore, you have limited memory space for music tracks, images and videos.

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