Monday, July 6, 2009

LG GC900

Viewty Smart, now more official than ever before

Okay, now it's official. After a misstep late last week, LG's ready to pull the trigger for reals on the Viewty Smart, the follow-on to one of its more successful high-end feature phones in recent memory. Pretty much every major feature has been improved or revamped over the original Viewty, including bumps to WVGA display resolution, an 8 megapixel camera with claimed ISO 1600 sensitivity (we'll see about that), DVD-quality video recording, LG's recently-introduced S-Class user interface concept, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, integrated WiFi, AGPS, and 1.5GB onboard with microSD expansion theoretically to 32GB. What's more, LG has somehow smushed this all into a package just 12.4mm thick, which makes this just about the most desirable non-smartphone on the planet -- on paper, anyhow. Look for it to start hitting European carriers next month, with availability elsewhere to be announced later on.

After a false start, it looks like LG has finally gotten it down pat and officially announced the Viewty Smart (LG-GC900). In case you missed all the hype over the phone, it sports an 8-megapixel camera that has sensitivity up to ISO 1600, LED flash, multi-face detection. It also has LG’s new 3D S-Class UI, which debuted in LG’s Arena earlier this year. A WVGA 3-inch touchscreen display, HSDPA, A-GPS, 1.5GB internal memory and microSD card expansion top off the list, just to make sure that you’re drooling.


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