Monday, 20 April 2009

The Upgraded LG Renoir KC910i

Selling in Hong Kong since March last month, the LG KC910i is an upgraded version of the original LG Renoir KC910. The differences between the KC910 and KC910i are the little hardware changes as well as the phone software. The new KC910i is available in black color only for now.

With the same hardware specs, the new LG KC910i is in a new black body with a new camera module design, which has no camera lens now. Its camera software has been upgraded with a newer version for better touch UI. The newer camera software is also used in the new LG Arena KM900 too.

Featuring a 8 megapixel camera, the LG-KC910i includes a xenon flash, up to 1600 ISO sensitivity and supports image stabilization, auto-focus, manual focus, Face Tracking, Smile Shot and blink detection. An embedded GPS receiver gives the LG-KC910i the ability to geo-tag photos for later plotting on an interactive map. It can also record video from 5fps up to 120fps, which allows it to record in both fast and slow motion. The phone also plays DivX and Xvid movies straight out of the box, without the need for additional encoding. There are also built in WiFi, microSD card slot and 7.2Mbps HSDPA wireless connection.


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