After having received our LG Renoir KC910 a couple of days ago, it’s time to share with you guys what we felt about the new LG flagship. It was truly a joy to have around, especially that high spec camera which proved to live up to our expectations. For those that don’t yet know much about the Renoir,
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You may recall that we previously featured an unboxing gallery of this phone last month however those pics weren’t our own. We received our own Renoir KC910 from LG this week and are pleased to show you guys some more pics of what is inside the box and what you would expect to see if you were to buy one, look out for our review within the coming days!
You’ve seen the gallery and video of the LG KC910 which we featured recently, now here’s yet another one which features its elegant packagings get unwrapped. Though I’m not sure why LG decided to call it Renoir (a French painter I believe), it certainly has lived up to my expectations as the successor to the Viewty. Check out the gallery and you’ll see what I mean…
Hey folks, remember the LG Viewty? It was just this time last year when we spoke about it and it was probably one of the first few high megapixel touch screen phones by LG to launch in the UK. What it was renowned for was its success in high quality camera and video recording functionality and one very exclusive feature, the ability to directly upload onto YouTube.
Now a year later, we have the Viewty’s successor, the KC910…
The KC910 boasts a 3″ WQVGA 240×400 pixel display that is fully touchscreen. The camera is a ISO1600 8MP camera with Schneider-Kreuznach optics, digital zoom, image stabiliser and geotagging. The video camera has VGA capability at 30fps and QVGA capability at 120fps and DivX and Xvid. Connectivity is important, with HSDPA connectivity, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi and and TV-out support. It can also take SD cards with a capacity up to 8GB.
We will definitely look forward to seeing how it’s release next month will turn out, meanwhile we will try to retrieve our own KC910 for some live shots and a review of our own.
Hopefully the KC910 will be a much better version of the Viewty, in particular the added WiFi feature and how well this massive 3″ display will work in conjunction with these new features is what I’m interested in. In terms of the camera, I would expect a great deal of quality simply based on what I’ve seen from its predecessor and with a capacity of up to 8GB, that’s not too far away from what I expect from a new phone these days. All in all, I do expect a great deal from this new and hopefully much improved phone, meanwhile here are some pictures and a demo video…