Amazing bit of news here, but LG used this year’s MWC to debut some cellphones. Three cellphones, to be exact. From the low-end to the high-end (or nearest I can tell) there’s the KF510, the KF600 and KF700. The KF510 doesn’t real “do” anything and is more along the lines of a phone that carriers will give away—lots of silly adjectives like “stylish” and “fashionable” are used to describe it. It’s got a 3.0-megapixel camera, if that type of thing interests you.
Moving up the ladder is the KF600, which is sort of a combination between regular candy bar phone and a higher end, touchscreen one. LG’s also going nuts over the interactive interface, which replaces normal buttons with virtual ones, ones that vibrate when you press them.
Lastly, there’s the KF700, complete with three separate input methods. Not subscribing to the “keep it simple, stupid” mantra, LG thinks that having a touchscreen, regular keypad and a shortcut dial makes it easier to use a phone. The touchscreen and keypad were included because, apparently, using SMS using a touchscreen isn’t the most practical; the shortcut dial lets you scroll through pre-selected menu items so you don’t have to go through the menu. That’s the K700 right there, by the way.
KF700 [Korea NewsWire]