Mobile's world
Add to Technorati Favorites


   Categories
3G
BlackBerry
Iphone
Ipod-Mp3
LG
Motorola
Nokia
Vertu
O2
Samsung
Sony Ericsson
Palm Mobile
HTC
Gphone
Mobile Web
Sharp
Symbian
T-Mobile
Cellphones
Vodafone
Smartphone
Mobile Game

   Visitor

LG Invision

Sponsored link
LG InvisionEven if it catches all your attention with a smart name, the LG Invision is just another entry-level camera phone hidden in a cool design in black and imitating the Viewty shape.
Let’s say it’s the cheaper version of it as it has a built-in 1.3MP camera instead of the 5MP like LG Viewty world's first cell phone with DivX support. But that’s cool too, for those who don’t plan to spend too much on a brand new mobile phone with a low price, a 2-year contract, and a $50 mail-in rebate at AT&T.
Coming at just $99.99 with GSM and HSDPA support, LG Invision announced in August measures about 103 x 53 x 12 mm at 81 grams and boasts a large 2.2-inch TFT display of 256K colors and a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, on which you should be able to change the downloaded wallpapers according to your mood.

The first important characteristic we find out about when we look at its specifications is the built-in MP3 player, so at least you can listen to your favorite music while on the go, and store up to 128MB in its internal memory or add a microSD card to expand the storage up to 8GB and add more media.
Its phone book has a capacity of 500 entries for your contacts, and you assign picture IDs to each of them, to know exactly who’s calling.

Thanks to the 3G HSDPA technology, LG Invision enables transfer speeds of up to 3.6Mbps so you can change the current web page instantly and browse the Internet in HTML.
To enhance your communication experience with other cell phone users, LG added email functionality and up to 3 hours of talk time with maximum 250 hours of standby, using a 900mAh Li-Ion battery.

Pictures you take can be sent wirelessly to other compatible digital devices via Bluetooth, while the A2DP ensures you have a reliable music listening experience through your headset.
To connect the phone to a computer you can connect the USB cable.
Other cool features included are Mobile TV, XM Radio, and multitasking.

Labels:


Translate to:

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

<< Home

Previous Posts


   Subscribe

Enter your email address:

feed burner icon

             


   Newtest posts