LG Kg800 Chocolate Black Mobile Phone Review

By: Mark Hirst

The LG KG800 Chocolate Black was launched in March 2006. The innovative touch- sensitive back-lit navigation keys are located beneath a screen. Although stylishly thin, it measures 95mm x 48mm x 15.2mm thick. The weight is a comfortable 83 grams.

The display measures a comfortable 176 x 220 pixels or 31 x 39 mm and features 256 K colors and TFT. You can download a variety of wallpapers to customize the phone to your own tastes.

You have a network choice of GSM 900, GSM 1800, or GSM 1900 as required. The 64 channels of polyphonic ringtones come in MP3, and AAC and of course you can customize. For quiet spaces, you can set the ring to vibration.

Your extensive phonebook will take up to 1000 entries which lets you keep track of a pretty wide circle of friends. Your last 40 called, received and missed calls are recorded at all times.
128 MB of shared memories gives plenty of room. The data delivery system is class 10 at 32-48 kbps. It's Bluetooth 1.2 enabled with a USB port. Messaging is delivered through SMS, EMS, MMS and email, operated by a WAP 2.0 xHTML browser

The phone comes with two games embedded plus the capability of downloading more.

The camera is a good-sized 1.3 MP measuring 1280 by 960 pixels. It has QCIF video and a flash. It's Java MIDP 2.0 enabled with the capability of playing MP3/AAC/ or MPEG4.

It operates with a standard Li-Ion 800 mAh battery providing up to 200 hours standby time and up to 6 hours of talk time before recharging

Favorite features of the phone include the touch-sensitive keys and the overall look of the phone. The phone makes a good choice for anyone who is looking for a middle of the road option. It has good sound quality and the sensitivity is above average, according to users. There's enough room to load many of your music files to give you something to listen to while you're waiting for your friends to call you.

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