Apple iPhone's arrival on the market has had all handset manufacturers by the chairs, now they suddenly all ready with more or less successful alternatives to the Apple iPhone. LG tender has been named KC910 Renoir and poses particular at a lavish touchscreen, 8 megapixel camera, WiFi, 3G and Bluetoth.
As one of the latest "iPhone killers", LG Renoir can boast an 8 megapixel camera with advanced face and smile detection, xenon flash, image stabilizer and auto focus. It also comes with 8 GB internal memory and a microSD card entrance, take the Apple. Camera, media player and GPS all work well individually, and the large 3 "WQVGA touch screen is excellent. The icing on the cake provided by Dolby Mobile, which significantly improves the sound and gives a deep, rich, pure and powerful bass for music playback, and support for DivX and Xvid.
LG Renoir is an excellent all-round mobile phone, but it feels like a familiar cheap and has not some special unique features. Camera match Sony Ericsson C905 and Samsung M880 Pixon terms of megapixels, but not when it comes to the quality of the images. Compared with the iPhone's intuitive interface feels Renoir OS-based touchscreen music player and cumbersome and awkward. The same is true of video playback, despite the improved format support still falls short compared to iPhone and Blackberry Bold. Battery life is also poor, but it is often the case with these multifunction phones.
If you are looking for a mobile phone that can match the generally wonderful experience as the iPhone delivers, but for ideological reasons, is opposed to Apple products, so ought LG Renoir be your plan B after Samsung's Pixon. If you are looking for a good kameramobil is Sony Ericsson C905 probably the better choice. In other words, the LG Renoir actually a very decent mobile, but it could and should have been a better tooth for truly compete with Sony Ericsson and Samsung's top models.
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Article Source: Price Runner Blog (originally published in danish language)