Why Consider the LG Kf700?

By: Mark Hirst
Despite the bad rep that touchscreen mobile phones have due to the same design and features as all other touchscreens, LG's new offering, the KF700 has a little bit of something to offer. There are a lot of people who may doubt the KF700's lack of novel features and believe it a less attractive rehash of last year's LG Viewty, however, it does have something to offer the mobile phone-loving market. Here they are:

1.Dual function of touchscreen and keypad. KF700's touchscreen and an alphanumeric keypad make it one great hybrid mobile phone. Some users find writing with a stylus quite cumbersome and although LG's sister Prada has the benefit of handwriting recognition, it doesn't quite figure in what the KF700 has to offer.

It makes text messaging as well as typing emails a breeze and users have the option of using the touchscreen capability just by simply sliding the keypad up.
2.User-friendly interface. Its 3-inch widescreen display is perfect for viewing pictures and videos. You can also browse the web in WAP and HTML web browsers with HSDPA speeds of up to 7.2 mbps. The Shortcut Dial in your mobile phone can allow you multipurpose functions such as emails, volume adjustment, zooming in out and out of pictures and access of the many menu options. It runs on haptic technology so you can just gently press or swipe the icons while feeling a gentle vibration to validate your choice.
3.A great multimedia experience. LG has not made any sacrifices when it comes to the multimedia functions of the LG KF700. You have a decent 3-megapixel camera with a picture resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. It's a bit modest but it's pretty respectable. It has auto-focus, an image stabilizer and a powerful LED flash. The music player supports MP3, AAC, WAV and WMA file formats and has great sound quality. An FM radio is also available with a capability of storing 20 stations.

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