LG Secret Mobile Phone Released in UK

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May 6, 2008 by yogi2raj

Recently, the launch of the third LG Black Label series handset was in news. Finally, the company has officially revealed the named of the “secretive” phone. It is called LG Secret KF750. The touchscreen slider phone has been announced in London.

To maintain the style, LG Secret also walks on the path of the very popular LG Chocolate and LG shine. The latest mobile phone is developed by carbon fiber for durability, tempered glass shields the front LCD, and the Neon Touch Navigation buttons respond to commands with illustrious effects in lavish blue.

LG’ Secret phone sports a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, sensitivity up to ISO800 and shoots QVGA videos at 120 fps along with Morphing (facial editing), SmartLight to automatically adjust a picture’s light settings and the Movie Maker Software to create your own music videos.

It also supports Word, Excel and PowerPoint files with a Google Package to access the Internet, allowing to log into Gmail, use Google Maps and watch YouTube videos. The included motion games have a gyroscope-like effect enabled by the accelerometer sensor. By just a tilt or rotation of the phone, you can throw a dart, hook a fish or navigate a maze. The phone supports files such as MP3, AAC, AAC+, AAC++, WMA and RA for audio, and MPEG4, WMA, H.263, H.264 and RV for video.

If you hold the phone horizontally, the view will switch from narrow to wide mode and visa-versa. With the Auto Luminance Control, consumers can adjust the screen lighting automatically, and Voice Clarity technology boasts to enhance sound quality while calling. The Secret works on GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz and 3.6 Mbps HSDPA 2100 MHz networks.

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