LG U970 Shine: the Little Star

By: Alice Erin

The name of LG U970 Shine itself is enough to explain its glossy appearance. The display provided by the handset is equally brilliant with rich and creative graphics along with a range of 256,000 colours. You are left to choose various details like backlight time, font style dialling etc. However, these changes will be effected only in an open phone. Another advantage that LG Shine offers you is its easily comprehensible menu interface. The mini marvel, which has a size of 3.9x 2x 0.54 inches, weighs about 4.4 ounces. LG Shine phonebook can store up to 1,000 contacts, which can be saved as groups and then paired with polyphonic ringtones.

The shining mirror of LG phone is so comfortable to handle that you can even check your teeth before a bash.

Like other ordinary cell phone models of its kind, the handset consists of features such as memo pad, unit converter, multimedia and text messaging, vibrate mode, stop watch etc. Embedded special features of the mini gadget include speakerphone, voice recorder, e-mail browsing facility and bluetooth. Document viewer permits screening of powerpoint, excel and PDFs. The normal memory storage capacity of the handset is a remarkable 50 MB. If in case additional memory storage is needed, a microSD card can be inserted.

The highly sophisticated music system of LG U970 Shine supports audio formats such as MP3, WAV, AAC, AAC+, and AAC++ files. The extraordinary ease with which you can assess the required music track without using any special software cannot go unsaid. Merely connecting the handset to your personal computer is enough to hear the chosen tracks. Another advantage is that with LG Shine camera you can select the required resolutions from two whole megapixels. Photo editing options provided by the handset in order to ensure extreme clarity and precision are as good as those offered by still cameras. Thus, LG Shine literally shines like a little star in the world of mobile phones.

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