LG KC780 announced

Holker

Standard Member

LG Electronics had already mentioned the model LG KC780 officially announced today during the presentation of his model LG KC910 Renoir, which also has an 8 megapixel camera. The Korean manufacturer seems to want to crush the competition in the sector of mobile phones mid / high range, with little to envy in terms of smartphones features.​

:clap:

The LG KC780 has a 8 Megapixel camera with Schneider-Kreuznach optics and ISO 1600. It offers as Renoir options: face recognition and smile, image stabilization, different modes of shooting, SmartLight to manage brightness.​
Data Sheet:
General Information
• Release Date: November 2009
• Weight: 119 grams
• Dimensions: 52 x 107 x 13.9 mm
• Autonomy: NC hours standby CN communication (NC minutes)
• Design: Slider (slideup)
Camera and video

• Camera: 8 megapixels With flash
Personalization and Entertainment

• MP3 player: Yes
• Radio: Yes
• Java: Java MIDP
Connectivity and network
• Network: Tri (900-1800-1900 Mhz)
• i-Mode: No
• HSDPA (3G +): No
• UMTS (3G): No
• EDGE: Yes
• GPRS: Yes
• WiFi: No
• WiMax: No
• Bluetooth: Yes
• Infrared: No
• USB: No

Memory and system
• Internal Memory: NC
• Removable Memory: Compatible memory card microSD (Transflash)
Features

• GPS: No
• Contacts: 1000 contacts
• Messaging: SMS, EMS, MMS, email
• Applications: Clock
Alarm
SMS predictive text (T9)
Agenda
Calendar
Calculator
Voice
Handsfree
Synchronization PC
Stopwatch
MP3 Player
Document Viewer
Other informations
Various information: FM Radio
MP3/MPEG4/AAC/DivX6 player
Document viewer (DOC, XLS, PDF, PPT)
Battery Li-Ion 900 mAh
Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP
APN Schneider-Kreuznach


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RobM

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Hi Holker, welcome to AVForums and thanks for posting information on this phone :)

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