The LG Chocolate which was introduced by LG in 2006 was the most popular phone in the company’s history. The original Chocolate phone managed to sell over 21 million handsets worldwide. LG is now paving the way for a successor to the LG Chocolate to celebrate it’s success. Continue reading “New LG Chocolate Black Label Phone!”
LG Arena KM900 is the latest touchscreen multimedia device from LG Mobiles and we have a review coming up soon. It’s a full touchscreen device with a 5 Mega Pixel Camera, Dolby Mobile Music, USB Charging,Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
We just preview the music playback on this phone in the video below. The speaker in action below but Its really impressive with the in-ear earphones.
Remember those days when LG Viewty was hyped like anything? Every mobile lover (atleast me) wanted to try their hands on the antique piece by LG. Now, to add to it, LG have announced the better and upgraded version of Viewty – LG Viewty Smart.Continue reading “LG Viewty Smart is now Official”
The LG-GM730 is the newest phone among LG’s easy-to-use smartphones line-up to come. The company has recently signed a special contract with Microsoft, allowing them to be the first manufacturer of a phone with the new version of Windows Mobile 6.5. On top of Windows Mobile, the LG-GM730 will provide LG’s dynamic, direct and intuitive S-Class User Interface.
At the Mobile World Congress 2009, Microsoft unveiled “Windows phones” based on Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. In addition to the new user interface and a richer browsing experience, the Windows phones also feature two new services: My Phone and Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
The new Windows Mobile 6.5 home screen keeps people up-to-date on important information by providing a dashboard-like experience to items such as new e-mails, texts, missed calls and calendar appointments. It also includes an improved touch-screen interface, making it easy to take action with a finger.
Well, considering the rising popularity of the radio, it is only but expected that radio enabled handsets are gaining popularity in the country.
Keeping the target audience of students and the youth in mind, LG recently launched two new handsets GB106 and GB110 with Radio capability and a new feature: The “Intenna” FM radio do away with the need to attach a headset to turn on the music. Both handsets are capable of accessing all radio stations without connecting the wired headset to be used as an antenna since they come with an integrated FM antenna.
Anil Arora, Business Group Marketing Head, Mobile Communication, LG Electronics Pvt Ltd. said, “We are happy to launch LG GB110 and LG GB106 which offer a completely new experience to its users. These powerful but affordable mobile sets offer mobile music on the move. At LG, we lay emphasis on understanding the customer needs and work towards meeting their expectations through our new offerings. This launch is in line with our philosophy of providing the best to our customers. I am positive that with the key feature of Intenna FM, these handsets will catch on everyone’s attention and be well accepted.”
Specs and features:
•1.5-inch colour display
•Extensive phonebook memory
•Stylish leatherite carry pouch
•Black and Gray colours
While the LG GB106 also features an anti theft mobile tracker, the LG GB110 comes up with additional features like a VGA camera, a micro SD card slot (expandable up to 2 GB and 1GB card included) and MP3 full song play back.
LG GB110 is priced at Rs. 3,100 and the GB106 is priced at Rs. 2,100.
The phone has a unique 3D touchscreen interface some what similar to the Panels interface in Xperia
“The direct, intuitive and dynamic S-Class UI will be unlike anything that has appeared on a mobile phone before,” Skott Ahn, president and CEO of LG Mobile, said in a statement. and LG is expected to show this phone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.
The Arena phone will have a 3 inch touchscreen display (800×480 pixels) and a 5-megapixel camera will support DVD quality video recording.
The LG Watch Phone – GD910 was glimpsed at the recently concluded CES 2009 event and is only a glimpse of what LG is working on for the next iteration of mobile phones.
Nicole Lee from CNet was lucky enough to gather info about the LG Watch Phone and was surprised at how easy it seemed to dial numbers on the tiny dial pad, even though the screen only measures 1.43 inches diagonally.
According to LG, texting will be done in a similar manner with a virtual T9 keypad.
The glass screen on top works as a capacitive touch screen, while on the right side of the watch are three buttons: the Talk, Clear, and End buttons, respectively. The Watch Phone’s speakers were surprisingly loud even at the event.
LG Electronics launched the VIEWTY in October 2007 in the overseas market ,NAM was omitted as it depends on different sales bracket and technology. After its release quite some 14 months, LG have achieved the cumulative sales of 5,000,000 (350,000 domestic and overseas 4650000) Viewty handsets which is something to reckon with. Though it is not quite some feat compared to what a normal handset from Espoo does but for LG this is indeed something great and a memorable occassion. Its a true winner of a handset .
Sliders with full QWERTY keypads seem to be the flavour of the season. After Sony Ericsson’s Xperia and Nokia’s E72 and E75, it is LG’s turn to launch such a handset.
A slider phone with a full QWERTY keypad, LG’s Prada II is a slick looking handset and is the successor to the Prada The silver keyboard along with the additional on-screen call and hang-up buttons gives fresh tactility to the original minimal concept.