The LG Kf600 Venus: Multifaceted Mobile Phone

By: Adam Caitlin
The LG KF600 Venus is a mobile that has made it possible for people to achieve high end connectivity. The handset has great looks and is available with Nintendo Wiions of 101.2 x 50.7 x 14.1 mm. The light weight of the mobile makes it easy for people to carry it to distant places. The handset is GSM enabled and hence can function from any place of the world.


It comes preloaded with a number of ringtones, games and thrilling videos. The handset's capability further increases due to its whopping memory that leaves immense space for users to store the files that can be accessed, wherever the need arises. The gadget is known for its extra-ordinary capability to capture pictures and record videos using a 3.15 MP camera. The resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels enables taking close-ups of images with the auto focus ability of the camera. The music player can play files on formats such as MP3, WMA, AAC and AAC+. The FM radio is also a fine means of listening to songs and radio programs. As there is space for storage of large files, the user can make use of the space to store high definition games. These games can be played on the high resolution screen.

The connectivity of the LG KF600 Venus increases due to the presence of options such as GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth and USB. These options make it evident that one can transfer files to others wirelessly or even by making use of cable cords. Messaging in the form of emails and MMS opens up a world of opportunity for various people. Now the users can easily send and receive messages to their near and dear ones. Internet is also another option making use of which one can send emails to friends and that too from their phones. Internet can also be used to download files and the user can visit several sites while surfing the net.

The battery of the gadget is good as it offers tremendous support in the form of 480 hrs of standby time and 4 hrs of talk-time. The handset works on 2G networks.

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