Back in July we’ve first heard LG is working on a 8 megapixel cameraphone. The day has come and today the Korean electronics giant is officially joining Sony Ericsson (C905) and Samsung (INNOV8) with its KC910 handset.
The so called Viewty successor is very cool lookin’ device sporting nothing but a huge 3-inch WQVGA (240×400 pixels) touchscreen in a 14mm-think body. But it’s not all about the LG cameraphone’s megapixel count — the technologies involved in the camera software include option for manual focus, digital image stabilizer, face, smile and blink detection. Then there’s a Xenon flash and the lens wears the Schneider-Kreuznach seal.
Video in QVGA resolution (320×240 pixels) can be recorded at 120 fps, while VGA (640×480 pixels) clips are recorded at 30 fps.
Other specs include quad-band GSM / 7.2 Mbps HSDPA support, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi, GPS (for geo-tagging), TV-out, 8GB of internal memory that is further expandable with microSD memory cards. Finally, LG licensed Dolby sound technology for music, and DivX and XviD support for video playback.
As for the release date, LG says the KC910 will come to the market in October of this year.