rich 256k colours and the touch-sensitive navi-pad lights up in glowing red. The keypad that looks like a chess board deserves a special mention.
The LG features a 1.3 megapixel digital camera with digital zoom and integrated LED flash. You can capture great pictures not only in bright outdoors but also dimly lit rooms. Shoot all the special moments of your life and share it with your friends through MMS and email or simply save it on the 128 Mb of internal memory. The camera is endowed with video recording capabilities as well so that you can capture high quality footage of important occasion.
The built in media player of the LG plays media files of MP3, AAC and MPEG4 with immense clarity. The device can download songs directly through GPRS(Class 10). Other than downloading your favourite content, the phone is also at home in web browsing Ė thanks to the built in WAP 2.0/xHTML browser. Remote connection and sharing of information with compatible devices like your PC via Bluetooth and USB makes the LG a true connectivity wizard.
In case you're planning to get yourself a LG , be prepared for all the attention it would attract. LG Chocolate
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