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LG KF510

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LG KF510

5 October 2009
  • Excerpt: LG is known to pull no punches when it comes to dazzling designs. And the KF510 looks nothing less than spectacular. A shiny metallic finish, a classy silver strip running around the edge, and a black-gray gradient on the front and back… flamboyance could well be its middle name. The device is thin enough at 104.5 x 49.5 x 10.9 mm, but at 91g it's also a bit heavy for its size. So far so good, but does it live up to its looks? Let's find out.
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Overall 6

Expert Review

11 September 2009
  • Conclusion: Put any other phone next to this and it would be like putting a FIAT next to a Ferrari. Actually because this phone's lacking 3G it's more like a Ferrari with a FIAT's engine. There, that's a better analogy.
  • Pros: Wait a minute that's the LG Shine KE970 isn't it? Actually it's an update of the Shine but this time it comes with touch-sensitive keys and an improved 3.2-megapixel camera with auto-focus. It proves a winning formula - the metallic body, LED-illuminated keypad, slick slider action and After Eight-thin 10.9mm body give it an upper-class feel, while the camera takes super-sharp shots, and the integrated music player spits out ear-tickling audio...
  • Cons: ...as long as you invest in a set of quality third-party headphones and adapter. Seriously, the bundled earbuds do the sound quality about as much justice as a Formula 1 steward. And while this may be upper class in the style stakes, it's definitely only cattle class in the features department with the lack of full-on 3G (there's only EDGE) proving unforgivable.
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Overall 6

Touch-sensitive controls and lighting effects

Good Gear Guide.au
14 October 2009
  • Summary: LG’s KF510 is an interesting device that provides a well-implemented touchpad control system. The lighting effects are a nice touch, but this isn’t the greatest phone in terms of features. However, it represents good value at this price.
  • Pros: Design, thin frame, responsive touchpad, interactive lighting effects, slide-out keypad
  • Cons: No 3G, no real outstanding features, no 3.5mm headphone jack, flimsy rear cover
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Overall 4
Features 8
Ease of use 8
Performance 8

LG KF510 Phone

8 August 2008
  • Summary: A somewhat different offering from LG, run your finger across the bottom part of the face and you can make your own music. This is a slim slider phone with a 3mega pixel camera with flash.
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Overall 5
Sound 8
Display 8

LG KF510

6 October 2009
  • Summary: LG hat mit dem Chocolate Phone die Handy-Sensortasten erstmals in Deutschland eingeführt und dieses Stilelement seit dem immer wieder verwendet. So auch beim Sliderhandy LF510, dessen schlichte Zahlentastatur ebenfalls eindeutig die Design-Handyschrift des Chocolate Phones trägt. Umhüllt wird das KF510 zum Teil von einem Metallkorpus, sodass es auch derbe Stöße locker wegsteckt. Unschön nur, dass der Akkudeckel ein wenig wackelt.
  • Pros: Robuste Metallschale, Guter E-Netz-Empfang, Gute Sprachqualität
  • Cons: Für Actionspiele nicht geeignet, Wenig Speicherplatz
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