Friday, 25 December 2009

LG's foray into the mobile space: An excellent media device

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of LG Chocolate Touch. All opinions are 100% mine.

In the past, most of us have bought at least one MP3 player of some description. And then when that one fills up, and is supersceded - another one. And then there's the phone. And for emails and internet, the laptop. And a still camera for candid shots, plus a video camera for grabbing a few clips here and there. It's really quite ineffecient to have so many different devices - they waste energy, you have to keep track of dozens of different power adapters & chargers, and synchronising data between devices is, at best, painful.

That's where an all-in-one device such as the LG Chocolate Touch comes in handy. The aim of a device like this is to combine all your traditional electronic devices into one box, which makes it easy to organise and share your data over an internet connection.

The LG Chocolate Touch has all your traditional phone functionality - voice, text, and multimedia messages. It's also got a 3.2MP camera / video recorder, plus a built-in image editor so you don't have to transfer photos to your computer for simple touching up and cropping. Of course, the device is internet enabled, with a "One-touch Social Network Message Key" for easy use of Mobile Blogging (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, etc.)

But perhaps the biggest feature of this phone is it's multimedia capabilities - Dolby Mobile technology is built in for crystal clear sound quality. An adjustable EQ allows you to setup the best sound experience for your environment, and there's even a "Rythmical Beat" feature that vibrates the phone in time with your music! On the LG website you can hear the difference between EQ modes on the phone - it's quite amazing.

This little phone is certainly worth a look - it reminds me quite a bit of the MyTouch 3G, and in more than the name. This device however, has significantly better multimedia capabilities, which may put it ahead if that's what your looking for. All in all, a solid all-rounder phone, with an edge in the multimedia environment.

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