The LG KC910, also called the “Renoir”, is a touchscreen mobile phone which offers something a little different to the usual smartphone experience in that it is not an android or windows phone although at first glance you would be forgiven for thinking otherwise.
It hasn’t tried to compete with today’s wafer thin offering and carries a reassuring depth of 14mm in a 107 a 56mm casing with a weight of 114 grams. we actually like the fact that it is much easier to hold especially when using it as a camera, and it is the camera that is the main attraction here.
Featuring an award winning Schneider-Kreuznach lens, the Renoir has a superb 8 megapixel camera and includes a couple of rarities these days, a Xenon flash and a lens cover! Other features include touch to focus with an auto and manual mode, face and smile detection, geotagging, and image stabilisation along with a full editing suite. Video can be recorded at up to 120 frames per second in QVGA mode and there is also a front facing videocalling camera. Divx video playback is also supported.
Sound quality is excellent too thanks to the inclusion of Dolby Mobile noise reduction system. You can listen to your music or the FM radio through the built-in speaker or stereo headphones. You can even use a wireless headset as stereo Bluetooth is supported.
Type – Bar phone
QWERTY Onscreen Keyboard
RF Band – 3G. EDGE, HSDPA 7.2, GSM (900/1800/1900), UMTS (2.1G/900)
Weight with Battery 110 grams
Standby Time, Max (hrs) 264
Talk Time (hrs) 3
Display – 3 inch resistive touchscreen
External LCD (Pixel) 240 x 400
Dimension: L x W x D (mm) – 107.8 x 55.4 x 14.5
SMS / EMS / MMS
Predictive Text Input (T9)
WAP (version 2)
Camera Resolution 8MP