LG Kg800 Chocolate White

By: Mark Hirst

Even prior its formal launch in July 2006, the LG KG800 Chocolate White was one of the most talked about cell phones of the year. Though it didn't provide anything new in the way of attributes,, its thin slider format combined two new trends currently taking over cell phone design labs.. The LG KG800 Chocolate White features an eye-catching design and innovative touch pad controls. The KG800 Chocolate White lacks an external memory slot and 3G networks are not supported.
The KG800 Chocolate White has a chocolate bar style shape with a streamlines form in a basic all white color scheme The KG800's Chocolate White dimensions (95mm x 48mm x 15.2mm} provide a solid and comfortable feel in the hand. Just remember that like other slider types, the KG800 Chocolate White doesn't lie smoothly against your headr. The slider hinge moves freely up and down. It requires only one finger for operating the mechanism.
The KG800's display is a treat to view. Featuring 256,000 colors, the 31 x 39 mm display (176x220 pixels) shows off images perfectly, from graphics to photos or to its user-friendly menus. The backlighting time, font color and the brightness is fully customizable..
This is the mobile phone that was awarded the 2006 IF Design its innovative style which must be experienced to be understood. The phone is unique, with a luxurious feel and look. The slider opens to reveal a keypad and a 1.3 megapixel camera that includes Java with its own flash.

A tri-band network provides choice of GSM 900, GSM 1800, or GSM 1900 as needed. The 64 channels of polyphonic ringtones give you in MP3, and AAC and the ability to customize. 128 MB of shared memory provides more than enough delivery speed at 32 to 48 kbps. It's Bluetooth 1.2 enabled with a USB port.

The phonebook displays the 40 most recent called, dialed or missed calls, and allows you keep track of up to 1000 entries.

The Li-Ion 800 mAh battery provides up to six hours of talk or 200 hours of standby time before recharging.

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