LG announced the KC910 Renoir phone with 8-megapixel camera and Xenon Flash for Asia market, but gave a big showing (with actors) at this year's CES. No word yet on if/when this phone will come to the US via carriers, but if any carrier or importer is shopping, LG put on a pretty good show. We took some live photos of the LG Renoir at CES:
The front of the LG Renoir phone and its UI:
The camera on the back has a shutter door. When you open the door, the phone automatically launches the camera application. The camera has face tracking feature, a Macro mode and can detect blinking and smile. The LG Renoir can shoot video in 120 f/s and has stabilizer for video recording.
There are several on-screen keyboards including number dialing keyboard, handwriting recognition, QWERTY and a mini-QWERTY for one finger typing:
The music player onboard:
The Internet applications on the LG Renoir:
The LG comes with FM radio, digital TV and can play Divx and Xvid video files. The phone is equipped with Dolby mobile for more balanced sound and volume.
The PIM applications and utility tools:
-8-megapixel camera with Xenon flash -3" full touch screen with customizable WidgetsTouch Shot Photography software -Various Shot modes (Smile shot, Beauty shot, Art shot) -Face tracking and Blink detection manual and auto focus -ISO1600 -Geo tagging support -MP3 Player with Dolby Mobile -Slow Motion recording and fast motion recording -DivX and Xvid Video Playback -WiFi and aGPS onboard -Digital TV and FM Radio