PhoneArena‘s got the scoop on LG’s newest all-in-one multimedia endeavor, which will be known as the LG KC910 until someone gets around to rebranding it.
Skipping the obvious aesthetic comparison to that other touchscreen handset, we’ll go ahead and get to the marrow of the story: this one’s a friggin’ beast. Check out these specs:
- 8 mp shooter w/ Xenon flash and Schneider-Kreuznach
- 30 FPS video recording at 640×480, 60 FPS at 320×240
- Internal GPS w/ Geotagging
- Dolby Audio
- Divx/Xvid support
- Manual Focus
- Smile, focus, face detection, Image stabilization
- Quad-band GSM, HSDPA 7.2 mbps
- Bluetooth 2.0
- MicroSD up to 8GB
- 3″ touchscreen, 240×400
- TV out support
The resolution of the screen is a bit paltry compared to the competition (320×480 on the iPhone, 432×240 on the Instinct), but it seems to have everything else covered while cramming it all into a 14mm thick shell. As long as they can manage to not screw up things on the software-side of things, I look forward to poking and prodding at this one. We know that the LG KC910 should hit sometime in October of ’08, but no pricing or other information is available.