LG Banana: Excellence in Innovation

By: Martin Dev

One thing that surely can be said about the South Korean electronic mogul LG is that it has churned out some fashionable mobiles from time to time. Their latest offering 'Banana' is no different. To start of with, it has a tremendously attractive design which casts its spell on the onlookers and generates in them the intense desire to owe the product. It must be said about LG Banana that it stamps its authority amongst all the mobile phones in the market and stand distinctly apart from them both in design and effectiveness.

LG banana presents a phone which has a very close resemblance with that of a banana. The design is very unique for it is the first phone which is the result of such out of the box thinking. The list of its uniqueness is many. Apart from the design it also possesses a set of keys which are lavender scented and which gives this wonderful gadget further exclusivity.

In addition to wonderful looks LG Banana comprises of such marvelous features like MP3 player, 142 MB of internal memory and 1.3 mega pixel camera. Its camera feature needs further mentioning for it is one of the most effective currently available in most of the mobiles and helps in freezing some of the most amazing snaps one can ever hope to see. A perfect phone for creating your own memorabilia.

With a size of 101.4 x 48 x 23 mm and a weight of 105 grams, it enables its users to carry it easily. In addition to all the significant features discussed above it perfectly does what a mobile is primarily invented for and that is making and receiving calls. Indeed such is its connectivity that there is not the slightest of a disturbance and the sound quality is extremely good.

It can be summed up that LG Banana is another masterpiece from the LG household. It has its own uniqueness and can be termed as a phone which is a perfect merger of good looks and terrific services. No wonder then that LG Banana is being considered as a landmark phone in the history of mobiles in UK.

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