Eight-megapixel camera phones are like buses. We wait ages for one and then three come along at the same time. We're already drooling over Samsung's i8510 and eagerly await the Sony Ericsson C905 and now LG has unveiled the LG KC910. As well as boasting an eight-megapixel snapper, the LG KC910 sports a Xenon flash (something neither the i8510 nor C905 have) and a Schneider-Kreuznach lens all onboard a device that measures only 14mm thick. As with the LG Viewty, the KC910 has the ability to record video in VGA resolution at 30fps or in QVGA at 120fps meaning video can be recorded and watched back in slow motion.
According to PhoneArena.com other features include Wi-Fi, HSDPA speeds of up to 7.2Mbps a three-inch touch-screen display and a TV out cable to enable you to watch your videos or play the onboard games on a larger screen. The KC910 also looks set to be the first LG device to feature built-in GPS, while the microSD card slot is expandable by up to 8GB. As we reported last month high-end LG handsets will feature Dolby audio technology for a better sound quality and the KC910 is the first device to sport it.
PhoneArena.com claims that the LG KC910 will begin shipping in October.
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