LG KC910 Reviews
Product Type: LG Electronics mobile phones
Description:LG KC910 - Cellular phone with two digital cameras / digital player / FM radio - WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM - black / Renoir takes super-sharp 8 megapixel pictures that can be edited in camera and are instantly ready for sharing online or printing. The phone's list ... more
LG KC910 ... of features includes some that are usually only found on extremely high-end standalone cameras, such as Schneider-Kreuznach certified optics, a Xenon flash, auto and manual focus, sensitivity up to ISO 1600 and geo-tagging. 8 Megapixel Camera LG's KC910 takes super-sharp pictures, thanks to an 8 megapixel camera with Schneider-Kreuznach optics and a Xenon flash. ISO sensitivity, which determines how much light the camera's sensor takes in, can be set as high as 1600, increasing the camera's performance in dark conditions.
Users can select an object to focus on simply by selecting and touching a focal point on the phone's 3.0-inch wide screen. After touching an area to focus, users can take a photo simply by removing their finger from the screen. This feature means that users will never miss a shot while searching for the right button to press or get a blurry image because of camera shake.
Automatically removing spots and imperfections of people's faces, Beauty Shot makes sure that faces appear bright and clear in photos. It creates more attractive looking portraits without the need to use Photoshop software. Unlock your creativity with its Art Shot mode. Create an artistic masterpiece with effects including, black & white, warm & cold exposure and more. Automatically triggers the shutter when camera detects a smile. Fires nine shots in rapid succession. Allows the phone to take panoramic images. The LG-KC910 also includes Face Tracking and Blink Detection. The LG-KC910 also makes it easy to watch high-quality DivX/Xvid video right out of the box. The handset includes the popular DivX/Xvid codec, a portable format compatible with a large and growing number of devices and platforms. This means there is no need to specially encode videos for the phone, transferring video files is as simple as drag and drop.
LG-KC910 can record QVGA video at up to 120fps, which allows it to catch every detail in slow motion, making it perfect for capturing fast moving objects, such as those at sporting events. The LG-KC910 can also handle the opposite extreme, slowing recording down to 5 fps to record very slow-moving objects with a time lapse effect. LG KC910 supports A-GPS ensuring that users always know their exact location. The handset also offers the ultimate convenience for exercise enthusiasts by using the advanced GPS technology. Whether walking, running or jogging, KC910's Jogging Buddy provides up-to-the-second information including distance and time, and keeps an exercise log for you. With HSDPA connectivity at 7.2Mbps and seamless connections through Wi-Fi, users can browse the internet at very fast speeds.
Users can choose widgets with customizable settings to appear on the idle screen. Widgets are easily added by dragging them from the menu bar. The widget screen is oriented vertically and users can scroll through widgets with the flick of a finger. Users can choose from a variety of color options for the idle screen. With its online widget function the KC910 provides instant access to information like weather forecasts on its idle screen. Real time weather data from carriers' online services will help users be prepared for unexpected weather.
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Customer LG KC910 Reviews (11)
by - written on 27/03/09, updated on 27/03/09 (Very useful, 625 readings)
I'm someone who doesn't usually have the best of relationships with mobile phones - a bit like women really, I get on well with them at first, but then they get angry and I accidently lose them in a pub somewhere *insert laughs here* The LG KC910 (also known as the 'Renoir') is my latest handset which I bought after extensive internet research about which model would be best suited to my needs. The phone, housed in a pleasing black and chrome shell, is a touch-screen device that comprises more features than I could ever possibly need. Costing in the region of £280 - £350 sim-free, the Renoir is clearly a copy of the iPhone - a device I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
With my contract nearing an end I decided it was time to seek an upgrade. I headed for the T-Mobile shop to see what they could offer me. Two phones stood out, the Samsung Pixon and Sony Ericsson C905. Both had similar features including an 8 megapixel camera and GPS. However, my girlfriend also due an upgrade decided she wanted the Pixon so that idea was out of the window. So it was the Sony Ericsson for me? Unfortunately I am a very impatient and quite impulsive person so when they told they had none in stock I began my search for a different phone. Again two phones stood out, the LG Renoir and the Nokia 5800 both touch screen phones with a some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Iv been with orange for a long time on contract. i got this phone ( LG KC910 ) in december 08 , and i must say i am very content with it despite various issues i had with the 8 GB memory card that the handset came with i was very pleased. The LG KC910 - has a very large touch screen which is easy to sue once you are use to the handset. i found that i lost my temper with the handset only when i had the screen protector ( again that comes with the handset in the box ) applied to the phone. i took the screen guard off after about a month and no marks where left on the screen despite several drops with use. The KC910 has very good wireless ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Finally took the somewhat scary plunge away from Nokia, which I've used for my entire "mobile life", and went for an LG Renoir back in October when it first came out. Initially, I was concerned about moving away from Nokia, but having had serious issues with my N95, the guy in the shop convinced me to have a play with one at his recommendation to see if I liked it. Luckily, I was immediately impressed! Interface is very similar and feels very familiar to the Nokia design and layout, and everything was easy to find, and with a bit of jigging about to move icons to my preferable places, everything was set up just for me! Being new to touch screen, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
This is LG's attempt at a high end business phone. Looks wise it is superb, simple and stylish and the huge touch screen makes navigating around the internet and the menu very easy and quick, great when your on the move. Also the 8 mega pixel camara is incredible. Always provides high quality photos in any of the camara settings including night mode (something alot of good camaras tend not to be able to do) and it is easy to edit them on the phone, obiviously not to the extent of photoshop on the PC but not bad. The menu system is very easy to use and the task manager function allows you to run more than one application very efficiently. The sensitivity of the touch . Read the complete review
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