LG KG375 Review: Cool Clamshell for Low-end Market

LG KG375
After success with its Chocolate and Shine series, LG return to launch another breakthrough. This time, newbie market is the new target of LG through KG375. Based on first information, this phone will be launch with support of Vodafone.

This model relies on elegant designs with simple interface, as main interest. Color combination which wrapping the fold designs like KG210 and some clamshell variants is compacts enough. Including it mini dimension.

Its only one screen which available in its fold design, this active matrix can transmits 65 thousand colours in 128 x 128 pixels resolution. The diagonal is 1,5 inch. For Network, LG KG375 only operates in dualband GSM line.

As very cheap phone, the feature which plated is also adapted with its memory capacity which only 0,4 MB. The feaute is Alarm Clock, Calculator, Vibration and Speakerphone. For messaging, KG375 only support SMS.

For the power, this phone supported by Lithium Ion battery with 750 mAh capacities. Its standby time reach 348 hours, while for its talk time can be reach 3 hour (nonstop).

LG KG375 Short Review
Screen: TFT 65.536 color (24 bit), 128 x 128 pixel, 1,5-inch
Messaging: sms
Internal memory: 0,4MB
Connectivity: Data cable
Network: Dualband GSM 900/1800 MHz
Dimension: 8.5 x 4.5 x 1.98 cm
Weight: 68 grams
Battery: Lithium ion 750 mAh
Feature: Game, Polifonik 16 channel (MIDI), Phonebook 500 contact, Predictive text input, Alamr Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Vibration, Speakerphone
Color: black, Orange

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