LG Shine: the Knight in Shiny Armor

By: Alice Erin


Next in line after the KG800 or the LG Chocolate - that was a rage last season is the LG KE970, or the LG Shine. Though these two handsets are made by the same manufacturer, under the same Black Series line up, they are worlds apart. In contrast to the dark and mysterious LG Chocolate, the LG Shine is flashy and suave. Made entirely by shiny stainless steel, the LG Shine brings in the old school charm of strength and sophistication. The LG Shine is possibly the best successor of the LG Chocolate - different outlook, but the same level of sophistication.

Even the large TFT screen is placed in such a way that it shines with more than 262k hues when used and hides away to reflect with the steel body while not in use. Much like the LG Chocolate, the LG Shine do not give away its identity till the time it is not in use. Its manufacturers have incorporated conventional keypad after the negative feedback about the touch pad used in their earlier offering. Functionally too, the LG Shine is far advanced and now is counted among the top fashion phone.

The handset is equipped with a 2.0 megapixel camera module with all necessary digital imaging aids like digital zoom, integrated LED flash and autofocus. The camera boasts of high grade footage recording skills apart from high resolution still imagery. Other multimedia tools includes a top class media player compatible with various popular media file formats. 50 Mb of internal memory plus an external memory card slot virtually turn the LG Shine into your portable jukebox - entertaining you on the go. The triband phone supports Bluetooth A2DP profile for wireless music experience other than 'regular' information transfer with other devices. Data connectivity technologies includes GPRS and EDGE. From web browsing to email with attachments, the LG Shine manages ti shine in each and every departments deemed necessary for the success of a present day mobile phone.

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