Why We Go for LG Viewty - Get the Reason Here

By: Adam Caitlin

The LG Viewty is a mobile that works on 2G and 3G networks and allow the user to access facilities that these networks offer. The handset is GSM enabled and has HSDPA software installed in it. It thus becomes possible to remain connected with others anywhere in the world and avail internet services too.

The mobile's dimensions are 103.5 x 54.4 x 14.8 mm and it weighs 112 gms. It thus becomes possible for the user to easily carry the phone. Within this dimensions, the handset has the TFT screen, camera, music player, FM radio, memory card slot and the keypad. The screen of the device has the capability to give an image resolution of 240 x 400 pixels. It is also touch sensitive and supports 256 K colours. So, the images that are captured using the 5 MP camera of the gadget can be seen on the TFT screen of the device. The 2592 ? 1944 pixels resolution power of the camera is good for recording videos and capturing sharp pictures. There is also a secondary camera that is meant for the purpose of videocalls.

Entertainment is also possible by the use of its music player that can play files on formats such as MP3, MPEG4, WMV, and AAC. This gives the user the freedom to download songs available in any format from the internet. The WAP browser serves well while surfing the net. There is also the FM radio where a radio jockey hosts programs of music, songs and hilarious comedy shows. Other entertainment options include playing games that either come preloaded or can be downloaded from the net.

The is good for messaging purposes too with the option of email and MMS facilitated in the handset. There are connectivity options such as GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Bluetooth and USB port that allow users to share files with other people too. Bluetooth is an excellent means to transfer files wirelessly. The battery of the handset gives 430 hr of standby time and 4 hrs of talktime. The card slot of the Viewty can support upto 2 GB of memory space.

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