LG KT 770 Cool Sliding Phone – LG KT 770 Reviews

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LG KT 770 is a handset specially made for internet connectivity. It runs on Symbian operating system 9.3 and comes with a sliding numeric keypad which makes the device well structured. The gadget has a 2.8 inches display screen and dimensions of 4.29 x 1.99 x 0.50 mm. Underneath display screen there are few touch screen buttons which are used for call answering and ending call. There is also a navigational pad.

Here are few of the cool features of this gadget:

* LG KT770 incorporates a quality camera of 5 mega pixel featuring LED flash with auto – focus. The quality of captured pictures is just outstanding and includes some really great features like Smile detection, Blink detection, geo tagging and face detection.

*Smile Detection: The camera automatically detects and takes a picture when someone laughs.

*Face Detection: Camera focuses on faces in the images.

*Geo Tagging: Geo tagging tells that where these pictures were taken.

*Blink Detection: The camera will not take a snap if someone blinks in front of the camera.

*The user interface of the gadget is quite friendly and one can run software applications like organizer, games and all communication devices without any hassle.

*The beautiful device also has a music player and FM Radio.

*The LG KT770 comes with an internal memory of 120 MB which can be extended up to 16 GB with the help of memory card slot. The sound quality is really good. The music player supports all audio and video formats like MP3, WAV, RA, WMA and video formats like WMV, MP4, 3GP and RV.

*LG KT770 also integrates some daily used applications like alarm, reminder, calendar and clock apart from other advanced applications like Pocket Office, Document viewer, GPS function and a GPS receiver. Pocket Office has all the applications of MS Office such as word, excel, power point and front page.

*Inbuilt web browser enables one to establish connections to the extreme world of knowledge, that is, “internet”.


Via The Mobile Blog

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