LG Viewty Silver Joins the LG Ku990 Viewty Range UK

By: susan hargreaves

The latest addition to the LG Viewty range is the new LG Viewty Silver Edition, this new model joins the likes of the LG KU990 and LG U990 Viewty phones.
The new LG Viewty Silver is now available on O2, T-Mobile and Pay As You Go deals in the UK, and is already availble from Free on ?35 per month line rental contract deals.
The new Silver LG Viewty offers exactly the same specifications and features as the other models but now comes with a new sleek silver casing which really makes the huge touchscreen stand out.
Features include an MP3 Player, FM Radio, addition of a built-in camera flash and digital zoom, video capture & playback recording 120 fps, picture & video editing software, miroSD memory expansion, inclusion of Google application, bluetooth stereo support, web browser, email access and a document viewer enabling access to Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF documents and files.
A high end device, the LG Viewty is the successor to the LG Prada and sports a 5 mega pixel camera, theres no keypad but instead functions are controlled on the 3 inch touchscreen display.

But apart from being a 3.5G, YouTube and HSDPA enabled handset with an impressive camera in tow, the LG Viewty is packed with features providing an all round entertainment system and working tool.

Announced at the same time as the Samsung L760 YouTube phone, the LG KU990 Viewty is also YouTube enabled and codenamed 'NYX'.

As with all YouTube enabled handsets, videos can be uploaded directly from your mobile to your YouTube account without the need for downloading on to your PC in order to complete file conversion before uploading, its also worth mentioning its compatibility with UBlog and Buzznet.

The Silver LG Viewty is expected to be released on further networks very soon, it is the most advanced of the LG mobile phones currently available but thankfully does not command the high prices of some other manufacturers top end models.

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