LG has officially joined the eight-megapixel camera phone market with the launch of the LG-KC910. Images of the handset were leaked on the web last month, but LG has now unveiled the list of specs we can expect from this powerful phone. As well as boasting eight-megapixels, the LG-KC910 offers a host of camera features including Schneider-Kreuznach certified optics, a xenon flash, image stabiliser, auto-focus, manual focus, Face Tracking, Smile Shot and blink detection. As seen in the LG Viewty, the KC910 has the ability to record video in 120 frames per second (fps) meaning you can play and record in slow motion.
At 13.95mm thick, the LG-KC910 is slimmer than both the Samsung i8510 and the Sony Ericsson C905, the two other eight-megapixel camera phones that have recently been announced. Despite this svelte chassis, the LG-KC910 has A-GPS navigation capabilities, with the ability to geo-tag your photos as well as plan routes. There is also a Jogging Buddy that enables you to plan your workouts with the aid of the built-in GPS. The LG-KC910 will also be the first LG handset to include Dolby Mobile's audio technology for a better music experience. Internet browsing also promises to be fast with HSDPA speeds of up to 7.2Mbps and Wi-Fi all onboard.
LG claims the LG-KC910 will be available in the UK from October.