Big revolution returns to offered by LG through unique interface touch sensor as supporting facilities for navigation. Not like its senior, LG Chocolate, this new series called KF600 do not only planted 'touch sensitive key' for shortcut button. It’s in the special panel form like Samsung SGH E-950 tiny screen. The other word for it is InteractPad.
Not half the battle, this touchscreen technology planted in TFT 262k color screen, at 240x176 pixel resolution. The wideness is 1,49 inches. While it main screen diagonal is 2 inches with QVGA resolution.
User interface planted is the collaboration result with graffiti artist from Pennsylvania, Keith Haring. It has interesting animation display in both screens.
In feature side, this phone still offers the mid-end phone standard ability. There is 3 megapixel cameras, which come with autofocus ability and flash lamp. Audio/video player and FM radio, Bluetooth and USB port connection is available too.
What more interesting, 'CrystalTalk' technology, which similar with Motorola technology is also planted. Its function is to produce clear sound quality.
Unhappily, this phone only operates in GPRS/EDGE network, without support from third generation (3G) technology.LG KF600 ReviewPrice range:Specs:- Main Screen : TFT, 256K colors , 240 x 320 pixel, 2 inches (QVGA)- Second Screen: TFT Touchscreen, 256K colors, 1.49 inches ,240 x 320 pixels- Camera: 3 Megapixel, flash, autofocus, video(QCIF)- Messaging: SMS, EMS, Email- External memory: MicroSD TransFlash- Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0- Browser: WAP 2.0- Data Transfer: EDGE, GPRS Class 10Audio File: MP3/AAC/AAC+- Network: Triband GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900- Dimension: 10,12 x 5,07 x 1.41 cm- Weight: 94 g- Battery: Lithium ion- Feature: polifonik 64 channel, FM Radio, Java MIDP 2.0, CrystalTalk Technology, Alarm clock, world clock, calculator, handwriting recognition systemCheck This Out:Philips 9@9w xenium Review: Durable Battery at Multimedia PhoneLG VX8800 Venus Review: Cool Slider Is Capable, TooNokia E90 Communicator Review: Do-It-All Device Doesn’t Come Cheap