Excerpt: Den LG KF600 Venus er en af de mest vitale og det ultimative gadget, der er anstændigt udstyret med den nuværende teknologiske opfindelser og innovationer. Denne LG Venus har nogle kraftfulde og avancerede funktioner, herunder en 3,15 MP kamera, en MP3-afspiller og en FM radio. Dette særlige håndsæt produktet er perfekt til at arbejde på 2G-net og er GSM aktiveret. Med fremkomsten af internettet, har livsstil for de fleste af os ændret i forhold til tidligere.
Conclusion: The KF600 comes with eight dynamic interface themes. Each customizes the phone in with a distinctive character that pervades all aspects of the phone’s interface including InteractPad. Depending on the theme chosen all the layouts of each application change including the icons, wallpaper and menus.
Excerpt: The third ranked Asian handset manufacturer, Korean-based company LG, throws on the market another device that will probably make you drool. The new LG KF600 is the right successor of both Chocolate and Shine series that received so many awards in the past. Unfortunately, all the prizes received by LG's mobile phones were referring to design and none to performance or functionality.
Pros: LG KF600 amazes through its design and customization, which will certainly entertain every user for a long time. LG shows that takes into consideration all the feedback that comes from its customers and KF600 is the living proof. We can already feel the advantage of having good quality camera and rich multimedia functions. The idea of splitting the screen in 2 and giving it different uses makes the idea innovative and adds to the originality of the device.
Cons: While LG KF600 is one step ahead of its predecessors in terms of functionality and performance, there are still some things that need to be improved. The file management and the MP3 player interface should be the first on the list. Maybe starting to manufacture a few mobile phones that feature an operating system is also a good idea, as LG's firmware is too limited in functions.
Summary: Touch screen phones are no longer a rarity these days. However, a good touch screen phone remains elusive, particularly if you discount Apple's iPhone. Where some phones have tried and succeeded on this front, many have failed. We take a look at LG's KF600, the company's foray into touch screen mobiles. With more devices going for a minimalistic black design, the KF600 does not really set itself apart from others.
Conclusion: It’s a good-looking phone that’s easy to use for a touch-display device, even though it achieves this by embracing a traditional user interface, which would still arguably be easy to use with mechanised keys and navi-buttons. However, if that were the case, you wouldn’t be presented with such a sleek-looking device and we’re not sure we’d be prepared to make that compromise.
Conclusion: Overall I’ve been quite impressed with the KF600. It doesn’t work as a business phone but then it really isn’t trying to be one. If you are looking for an inexpensive phone with good features and attractive looks for personal use then the KF600 is worth considering. Your friends down the pub will definitely want to play with it!
Conclusion: For the time we used the KF600 we had the strange feeling that it’s sole purpose was to promote the InteractPad. That could be the reason for LG to choose a base, which has already passed the market tests – regular slider, which isn’t beautiful, nor ugly and at the same time has average thickness. The Pad is definitely the only element of the phone which we liked 100%. All the other features have at least one considerable drawback.
Pros: InteractPad, Solid make, Very good sound quality
Cons: Not really suitable for multimedia, A very uncomfortable keyboard, Mediocre camera
Summary: The LG KF600 is a touchscreen phone with a difference. On first inspection, you could forgiven for thinking that it's a normal, bog-standard, device. But when you look closer it begins to become obvious that it's not. The LG KF600 is a slider phone and features a rather quirky two-part touchscreen interface on the front of the device – the non-touchscreen upper part takes care of menus and functions while the lower part, which is touchscreen, is the device's control...