LG Kg800 Chocolate With Touch Keypad

By: Alice Erin

The Chocolate boasts of an aesthetic user interface, has visually stunning looks and also has a microSD memory port for extra storage. The phone has a 2.5mm audio jack which gives it compatibility with a range of stereo headsets. Its stereo Bluetooth application enables you to change tracks and control the volume even when it is stuffed in your pocket. The phone has received the 2006 IF design award of innovative design in Germany.

The Chocolate's smarter software and tactile controls make it easier to use. It is loaded with a wealth of useful functions like photo editor, calculator and calendar. It has excellent voice quality and data coverage. The phone weighs 3.2 ounces and has dedicated Send and End keys. Its navigation wheel is easy to scroll which comes in handy when you attempt to zip through songs or artists lists.

The KG800 Chocolate is available in Black, Red, White and Green shades. The phone has a red glowing navigation touchpad with 128 MB of internal memory. The tri-band GSM phone with GPRS support is equipped with an MP3 player. The phone has well spaced keys that can easily be distinguished even without looking at them. Its menu response is exceptionally quick, and its checker-board styled keypad and the shape of keys resemble a lot with the pieces of a chocolate bar.

The sleek and stunning Chocolate remains completely black until you gently brush the touch-keypad, world's first for mobile phones. The Chocolate really excels in multitasking as you can browse the mobile web and even send pictures with music playing in the background. The LG Chocolate is available on a monthly rental starting pounds 30 on networks like T-Mobile, Orange, and Vodafone across stores in UK.

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