LG KC910 Specifications
Display: 3″ Wide TFT LCD with Touch
Pixel Format: 480 x 272
Camera: 8MP, Schneider-Kreuznach certified optics
Availability: October 2008
LG announced the KC910 on September 4, 2008. Similar to Apple‘s iPhone, the KC910’s main interface is the screen itself with just three buttons on the bottom. The touch screen is 3″ in size and has a pixel format of 480 x 272. The KC910 is the follow up to LG’s Viewty, which also had a touch interface and lots of pixel capturing via a 5MP camera. According to LG, the LG-KC910 is the slimmest 8MP smartphone on the market today at just 13.95mm.
The 8MP sensor is coupled with a Schneider-Kreuznach certified optics and a xenon flash. ISO sensitivities can be adjusted up to 1600 and other features such as image stabilization, auto-focus, manual focus, facial recognition, blink recognition, etc. round out the capable shooter. Geo-tagging, which I think has a lot of potential, is enabled by the embedded GPS receiver. DivX and Xvid videos can be played on the KC910. You can also capture video at up to 120fps, but at what size the press release did not mention.
LG’s KC910 looks to be a near perfect marriage of smartphone and capable digital camera. We’ll have to wait for reviews, but the KC910 might be just the ticket to ditch the extra gadget (hint: digital camera) on your way out to an event.
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