LG Shine: Exquisite Design, Intelligent Functions

By: Adam Caitlin

Following up the tremendous public response from the LG Chocolate, LG have come up with yet another stunner of the Black Series family. The new offering - the LG Shine, though is not Black as the series name suggests, is a perfect follow up model of the dark and mysterious LG Chocolate. The two handsets are totally different from each other in colour and design but their inter relation is apparent from the sophisticated simplicity these two exudes.

The LG KE 970 or more popularly, the LG Shine has won the Red-Dot design award, 2007. The LG Shine is a meticulously designed stainless steel slider. Stainless steel being protective and alluring at the same time makes a lasting impression on its user as well as onlookers. Underneath the mirror finished casing, a bright 262k coloured LCD display is cleverly fitted so that it remains hidden when not in use so that it doesn't disturb the serenity of LG Shine's design.

The LG Shine is equipped with a 2.0 megapixel digital camera. A camera's lens quality is most important when it comes to sharp and vivid pictures. In this aspect, the integrated camera of the LG Shine is far superior to other 2.0 megapixel camera phones. The camera features lens certified by Schneider-Kreuznach - a world renowned manufacturer of industrial and photographic optics. Apart from a high quality lens, the LG Shine features all advanced imaging tools like autofocus, digital zoom and flash. The handset's six-time continuous shooting feature lets you pick the best picture in a sequence.

The handset also features advanced music function. One press on the dedicated music button will activate its integrated media player. The LG Shine can play files in Mp3, AAC, AAC+ and AAC++ formats. Recording and playing videos is 3GP format is also a possibility with the LG Shine. Changeable settings and effects are designed to enhance video watching experience with the LG Shine.



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