LG has been busy of late, revealing its new Chocolate phone and Facebook handset. Now it has unveiled a new mobile phone that will incorporate a high specification camera rated at 12 megapixels.
The new handset, which has been showcased by LG during the Korea Products Exhibition in Warsaw, Poland, is currently known as the LG GC990 Louvre and arrives with a pretty advanced 12-megapixel camera with a Schneider Kreuznach lens that can handle ISO up to 3,200. Accompanying the camera is a Xenon flash plus an Intellizoom feature and a touch-focus facility, according to the GSM Arena website. HD video packs in 1280x720 pixels and can record at 30fps.
Other features included within the phone will be Wi-Fi for wireless internet connections, GPS and A-GPS for location finding, an S-Class Touch user interface, an accelerometer to enable the phone to be used in landscape mode and Bluetooth.
No release dates or distribution information was available.
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