LG Cookie KP500 SmartPhone – A Full Touchscreen Mobile handset

LG is a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, home appliances and mobile communications. Technology innovation is the key to success in the untapped market space. LG’s vision is to supply top-of-the-range innovative digital products and services and ensure customer satisfaction.

LG KP500 Cookie is a GSM phone that comes with a great list of features. This Cookie’s price is optimal and it is a great buy. This gadget is a technically featured and highly acclaimed phone from LG. This KP 500 is equipped with all the modern features that make this an ideal buy. It covers a resemblance to LG Renoir in design and uses the latest rebirth of the LG Flash-based UI. It renders the phone extremely user friendly and more interactive. This device is equipped with a built-in accelerometer that offers more fun. We can use the accelerometer to align our home screen widget.

The special features of the LG KP 500 Cookie also include auto screen rotation for images, video and documents. The landscape QWERTY keypad makes it attractive and user friendly. In addition, a 3-inch TFT touch screen display, 3 megapixel fixed focus camera, EDGE and quad-band GSM are the other features of this mobile. Being a smartphone, it’s only 11.9mm thick which makes it one of the thinnest phones around, tucked in stylus. The video recording features and Video playback are good and the affordable price makes it an ideal buy for mid range consumers.

Overall, this LG KP 500 Cookie mobile makes its debut as a full touchscreen handset that has successfully broken into the budget market and as such it comes highly recommended.

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Life’s Good With LG Cellular Phone

The cellular phone industry is already able to stand as a functional gadget and not merely luxurious toy. Because of this, manufacturer quickly jump into the cellular phone bandwagon, this includes the electronics companies and telephone companies. On the electronics side, LG Electronics is getting to be a figure to watch out for in the future.

LG Electronics is now focusing all its effort in making LG cellular phone an excellent and premium brand. This is a commitment made by the LG Electronics CEO during his speech at the 2004 International Consumer Electronic Show. To show how committed LG Electronics is to their promise, the company is poised on investing three hundred million dollars for the marketing activities of LG Cellular phone. LG Electronics likewise set-up a brand management team that will uphold the new LG slogan that “Life’s Good” for all its marketing efforts that will promote the premium LG cellular phone brand in the North American market.

Because of this strong commitment to develop cellular phone units as a premium and superb brand of cellular phones, consumers are sure that the company will soon introduce to the market cellular phone units that will give some major manufacturers a run for their money. This endeavor will surely benefit consumers who will find more premium brand cellular phones including LG cellular phones available in the market. The endeavor will further alleviate the company’s vision of sitting as one of the top three global firms by the year 2010. This may prove to be an easy task for the company coming from its success in achieving top brand image in India, Middle East and Africa. This endeavor of making premium brand LG cellular phones is not only a mission for it North American market but the plan includes Europe as well. I hope that in the future, for the world, this is a vision that LG Electronics is focusing on.

The campaign following the theme “life’s good” offers superior lifestyle for LG cellular phone users. The company keeps this promise by putting together a product development team that will focus on making premium LG cellular phones that will compete in the marketplace, functionality and beauty is a huge consideration.

The company is seeking to achieve an ambitious sales growth of 20% by boosting its marketing efforts for the globally competitive and premium LG cellular phone brand. To achieve all these, product development for the cellular phones units is the most important step. Organizational restructuring and improved distribution for LG cellular phone might also be a neat strategy for the company if they are serious in wanting to achieve a hefty 20% growth from its cellular phone business.

An increasing number of satisfied LG cellular phone users recognize the development as an effective way to get superior benefits from the increasing number of premium quality cellular phones with the introduction of the newly developed and innovatively designed cellular phones from LG Electronics. They foresee this development and the company’s endeavor to be beneficial and thus may work well to the mutual benefit of the company and its consumers.

LG cellular phones are poised on competing in the functional and beautifully designed cellular phone industry, their experience in the electronics industry give them the edge against competition. Await the development and the new LG cellular phone models to get the benefit from the company’s commitment to quality.

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LG Arena (KM900) review

When is an iPhone not an iPhone? When it’s the LG Arena!

The LG Arena is the nearest yet to something worthy of competing with the iPhone, but only because LG has tried so hard to copy it. A little too hard, some might say. It’s amazing, to the point where you’ll probably laugh to see how similar the two models are side by side, although the LG is a lot smaller. In fact, it’s a very well built device (although removing the metal battery cover was a bit of a mission) that will especially appeal to anyone that thinks the iPhone is just a little too big.

Despite its smaller shell, the Arena has the higher resolution screen, a 5-megapixel camera with flash, near HD video recording and a memory card slot so you can add more memory with ease (it comes with 8GB of its own, which should keep you going for a while).
It even has a capacitive touchscreen and multitouch control, allowing you to pinch and pull on the screen to zoom in or out. Funnily enough, rather like on an iPhone.

Class obsession

LG’s new S-Class user interface has been created by people with an unhealthy obsession with the iPhone. There are a few subtle changes, presumably to keep the lawyers at bay, but the icon layout, colours and fonts are all heavily influenced by Apple’s creation. Now, this is a risky strategy. Someone who gets into the Apple mindset will probably buy an iPhone regardless of what anyone else is offering.

For everyone else, you have to start looking at how good a product it is in its own right. Fortunately, the Arena doesn’t disappoint. It’s extremely quick to respond to your touch, and once you’ve stopped wondering how LG thinks it can get away with ripping off Apple, you can begin to look upon it as a highly capable touchscreen phone that is a world apart from similar looking Windows Mobile powered models from HTC.

Although the main menu looks like an iPhone, each row of icons (four in total) can be scrolled left and right to reveal four more icons per row. Turn the phone sideways and all 32 icons become available at once. It’s only the high-resolution, 480×800 pixel screen that makes this possible without everything turning into a blurry mess – although it does look rather over the top. LG has obviously never heard of the phrase ‘less is more’.

The top row is for communication, the second multimedia, followed by utilities and settings. LG has gone one step further too, with a homescreen divided into four sides of a cube (which can easily be rotated with your finger). Here you can place shortcuts, allowing you quick access to tasks like writing a message, widgets, your contacts and easy viewing of multimedia content. You can customise each of these screens, with the most control given to the widgets screen.

There is a large selection of widgets to choose from, including the usual array of clocks, status bars, calendars and weather forecast tools. Of course, these aren’t in the same league as the range of applications downloaded from the Apple App Store.

The Arena can run Java applications though, and like Samsung’s Tocco Ultra Edition, they run with the base of the screen reserved for virtual softkeys and directional navigation buttons. There’s no slide-out keyboard, so all text entry is done from an on-screen keyboard or keypad. Because of the excellent responsiveness, entering text is incredibly easy. You can choose between multitap and T9, or use a full QWERTY keyboard in landscape mode. You’ll even find a cut and paste facility here, so need to wait for an OS update later in the year!

Locking the phone is easy, with a quick press of the power button or allowing the autolock function to kick in after a chosen time. Unlocking is not performed by sliding a bar, but pressing a box inviting you to ‘press & hold to unlock’. It does mean a short wait, especially because of the animated transition that takes you back to wherever you were, but it looks nice and adds to the slick nature of the user interface.

The short transition before the lock kicks in also means you can give a quick tap to cancel the locking process when you see the screen start to move.

Flash photography

The camera is an area where the Arena beats the iPhone, although that’s hardly difficult. With a 5-megapixel autofocus camera and LED flash, it’s way out in front. It also has a front-facing camera in case you might ever want to make a video call. While there are plenty of 8-megapixel cameraphones on the market now, including LG’s Renoir, the picture quality here still proved to be excellent, as long as the lighting conditions were good.

Outdoor shots were extremely sharp, with vivid colours and excellent exposure – surprisingly good in fact. However, shots taken indoors weren’t anything like as pleasing. Despite it not being particularly dark, the level of noise was too high to produce a top quality image. Integrated GPS means photographs can be geo-tagged, and there’s also face tracking, but no smile detection. 30 frames per second video recording at up to 720×480 pixels is also very respectable.

Media king

The Arena is ideally suited for multimedia, thanks to the combination of a large screen and support for DivX video, so you can play back high quality video from other sources without needing stacks of storage space. It’s not all plain sailing though, because the video player won’t remember where you were if you exit and come back to the player later. Nor does it support bookmarks to manually set a point to play back from.

This is a real issue because there’s one aspect of the Arena that is going to cause major frustration. The call and end keys are touch sensitive, meaning an accidental touch means you will all too easily quit whatever you’re doing. It’s especially likely to happen when you’re holding the phone sideways, as you will when watching video.

There’s another issue too. Although the camera is excellent in daylight, the screen isn’t. It’s incredibly hard to see outdoors so you’ll have to either shield the screen, while keeping well clear of the end key, or just cross your fingers and hope that you’re aiming the camera the right way.

Another way to watch video is using the supplied docking station. It allows for easy charging and PC connectivity, for transferring media, as well as connecting the phone to a TV via a composite lead. It’s a shame LG hasn’t adopted the standardised microUSB data connector though, meaning you get a proprietary USB lead instead, but it is incredibly easy to drop the phone into the dock without having to carefully line it up. This makes it easy to keep the battery topped up at home or in the office, which is good because the 1000mAh battery will be under a lot of pressure should you use it heavily for games, music and video. Not that the iPhone is exactly good in the battery performance area, so it’s all relative.

Good surroundings

The internal speaker isn’t much cop, but LG has teamed up with Dolby to include Dolby Mobile virtual surround, which seriously enhances the audio experience when using headphones, either via the 3.5mm headphone socket or wirelessly using Bluetooth.

The Arena also has an integrated FM transmitter, so you can play music in the car without the need for Bluetooth – although the sound quality isn’t as good and local interference can spoil things.

Wi-Fi support sets the Arena apart from the Tocco Ultra Edition, although you must choose a specific access method for email, which limits its usefulness if you want to use Wi-Fi whenever available and switch to 3G automatically on the move.

The web browser isn’t quite up there with Safari either, but it is better than the Samsung browser primarily because of the improved resolution. You can also install Opera Mini if you want a decent alternative.

If I have to be honest, I don’t see the LG Arena as an alternative to the iPhone. The benefits of the iPhone go way beyond the look and feel, such as the App Store and seamless integration with a PC or Mac using iTunes. Managing media on the Arena isn’t as slick, and Java applications can never quite compete, but the Arena is an excellent phone that will appeal to those who didn’t actually want an iPhone in the first place.


Editor’s ChoiceNo, you’re not looking at a picture of the new iPhone. This is the LG Arena; a phone that looks incredibly similar, even though it does do things slightly differently. The smaller phone has a higher resolution display, 5-megapixel camera, video recording, MMS and cut & paste (no need to wait for iPhone OS 3.0 here).

It also offers web, email, GPS and expandable memory on top of the 8GB built-in. It doesn’t have a fancy application store (instead, you must use Java applications or widgets) but the user interface is slick and it makes a alternative for people that merely see an iPhone as style over substance.



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LG- Is is a Lucky Goldstar or a Life’s Good

LG is a world renowned brand and people hold this brand in high respect. They recommend this brand to their friends and relatives without any doubt. The list of LG manufactured goods is quite a big one and it is very difficult to point out any one product and tag it as the best product of the company till date. Every product is better than the other and probably that is why people the first name that strikes the mind, when one plans to buy a refrigerator or a DVD player or any other consumer good, is LG. Whether it is LG mobile phones, LG Refrigerators, LG DVD player, LG washing machine, LG Monitors or any other consumer durables, every user has applauded LG products worldwide.

LG is a South Korean company with its headquarters in Seoul and came into picture in the same year when India got its independence (1947) and since then the company has never looked back. The full name of LG is “Lucky GoldStar” and its tagline Life’s Good goes well with its positive reputation among the people.

The company spends a lot of money on its R&D department in order to keep itself up-to-date with the needs and requirements of the people and based on that keeps on introducing one of the best and the latest products into the market. People respect the company for this and they simply open up the mouth of their wallets when it comes to a question of buying goods manufactured by LG.

Though there are many other companies which are also into the business of producing computer monitors, refrigerators, washing machines etc but the reputation of LG is good enough to keep its products such LG washing machines, LG monitors, LG refrigerators etc among the hot selling properties of the market. People can easily be seen enquiring about this company’s product when they go out in the market to buy goods for themselves.

It won’t be wrong to say that today we are living in a jet age where people have everything except time. Everyone wants to have the magical stick which obeys their orders and provides them with the best deal. Companies like LG, which are more concerned with the people’s comfort than making money only, worked a lot on this and decided to upload its products on the Internet as well allowing the people to get the desired product delivered at their doorstep while sitting on the comfy couches in their homes.

Earlier, online shopping was limited to the western countries only but now the trend is changing and the graph of online shopping in India too has started to move in the upward direction. In the present scenario, more and more people want to get benefited by this hassle free method of shopping. Companies understood this changing trend and make the presence of their products felt on the Internet as it allows them to get decent business on the weekdays as well. Whereas previously, people used to wait for the Saturdays and Sundays to go out for shopping but now its not so.

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Nokia Mobile Phone Deals at E71 and E72

Nokia mobile is the world’s best mobile company and having the full range of mobile phones. Recently Nokia mobile has launched many nokia mobile models Nokia e71 and Nokia e72 in its e series handsets. Nokia e71 price in India is around Rs. 18, 900/- and Nokia e72 price is approx Rs.16, 200. There is no doubt the phones are loaded with full features and supports all technical functionalities.

Today many new Indian mobile brands have entered in the mobile market like Micromax Mobile. The company has revolutionized the whole Indian mobile phone market by offering the high tech features in low price. Really if we analysis the Micromax mobile phone models there is hardly any feature is missing out. The price strategies using by this company really gives the serious competition to the Nokia mobile.

Nokia mobile price mainly these handsets Nokia e71 and Nokia e72 are comparatively higher than the other local brands offering especially Micromax mobile. That’s true the quality and the durability offering by the Nokia are comparatively much better. But still there is nothing in less with quality issue of local brands also. Most of us easily get bored by using same handset more than one year and start looking for new one to replace old one.

Nokia e71 and Nokia e72 offers the features like 5 megapixel camera, 2.4-inches QVGA landscape screen display of 320×240 pixels, Bluetooth, Wireless connectivity, FM radio, multi formats of music player like MP3 /AAC /MPEG4, 3.5mm headphone jack, touch screen, Full QWERTY keyboard, Expandable memory with 4 GB included memory, Java games, good battery life and more in the quite expensive range where as if I say Micromax mobile models are providing all these features at much lower price range. Then for which mobile phone you will go for. Well its depending upon your decision.

Here it doesn’t mean the Nokia e71 and Nokia e72 are not a good handsets. Both have the excellent features and functionalities and easily available at all online mobile store. Just Nokia mobile has to do is to reduce the price of these mobile phones and also renew the Nokia mobile price list.

The most interesting part is that there is not only the question of price and features but also in looks there is quite similarities we find.

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Nokia 5800 Xpress music: The new generation smart phone

Nokia 5880 is considered as a Latest Trailblazer from the Nokia Stable. This handset is also known as Guru of all gadgets in the market. This handset has keep forward the I-phone as it includes all the latest features as an I-phone includes. It has a touch screen that can rival crowning glory. The display this handset is smaller than other best mobile phones , being only 3.2 inches. But it is compensated for by a 30 frames/second recording and playback and 360X640 pixel resolution which translates into top of the line playback, recording and video quality.

Xpress music has an in-built 3.2 mega pixel Carl Zeiss lens camera might not be the best in its category, but it is still passable for emergency moments and affords decent sharp pictures. This music phone mainly focused on its large touch screen, music features, and high speed in-built technologies. It comes with a sophisticated look that is mainly complimented by a hint of red and overall casing of the phone measures 15.5mm deep by 51.7mm wide by 111mm tall and weighs 109 grams. This gadget is embedded with video player, FM radio and music player which are the main features on this phone. It supports you with all the popular music formats and provides the user best quality sound.

Nokia 5800 Xpressmusic
starts off with an 8GB memory card that can be further upgraded to a 16GB micro SD card. Camera in this phone allows their user to enjoy a video call with other 3G compatible video calling contacts. It supports you with Blue tooth wireless connectivity, HSDPA, GPRS and USB port which helps you to enjoy high speed connectivity at broadband type speed & fast data transfers etc. This device also has in-built rechargeable lithium-ion battery which has standard battery backup of Up to 400 hour in stand –by mode and up to 5 hour in talk time service.

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Nokia Mobile Phones: Symbol of New Life Style

Today telecommunication is not possible without mobiles; mobile phones have changed the method of telecommunication. Different companies have come in the mobile world, but no mobile giant is as famous as Nokia. This Finnish mobile giant is the landmark in the mobile world. Users believe in Nokia’s mobiles blindly. If any new features launch in the mobile phones, first this features and technology is launched by Nokia. Mobile phones have slowly and steadily taken over the lives of the people by becoming a fashion icon as well as status symbol. If we note the contemporary trends, mobile phones are constantly occupying our everyday coffee house gossips, specially the Nokia mobile phones. Nokia has launched many different mobile series with in few years. Now its N-Series is the most demanding series in the mobile market. The experts of the Nokia have churned out all the new technologies in Nokia mobile series. Nokia not only provides the latest and stylish mobile sets but also the satisfaction to the users.
Now all the newborn technologies from connectivity to communication, messaging to internet and from music to entertainment all the technologies are available in Nokia’s mobile phones. Mega-pixel camera, music players, internet, Bluetooth Software like MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and pdf files are the key features of the Nokia mobile phone. The eldest of the Nokia N-series mobile phone the Nokia N70 is tiny and lightweight phone with 3G-capablities, 2-megapixel camera which can really add a zing to the life. Another member of the Nokia mobile phones the Nokia N90 is also loaded with a 2-megapixel capability that allows photography with great clarity. The screen of the Nokia mobile phone, N70 can be twisted and flipped to enable different shooting perspectives and also it allows video capture.

The Nokia mobile phones are perhaps the most sought-after mobile phones in the market. On the top of the Nokia mobile phones the Nokia N91 is another evidence of the exceptionalness of Nokia mobile phones. With excellent music capabilities, integrated 4GB of memory Nokia N70 is another Nokia mobile phone which deserves wide appreciation. The Nokia N95, featuring a music player, visual radio, document viewer, Internet browsers and 5.0 mega pixel camera is another Nokia mobile phone born to rule the mobile world. This two-way sliding Nokia mobile phone supports Quad Band technology and thus gives a refined feeling to the world of connectivity. Now awaiting Nokia N81 is now about to come in the mobile market and it has all the latest features.

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History of Nokia – the Market Leader in Mobile Phones

The popularity of mobile phones is increasing everyday. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that mobile contracts have brought a sort of revolution in the field of technology and in our lives as well. We all spend a considerable amount of time using our mobile for various purposes. Mobile phones are the gadgets that we use most frequently.

Nokia is the biggest name in the world of mobile phones. It enjoys a market share of around 35% at the moment. The Finland based company caters toGSM as well as CDMA segment. Nokia’s phones are loved by a lot of people and its name is synonymous with reliability. Nokia has its presence in every segment of the market. It offers the cheapest of phones with the most basic features as well as high-end swanky phones with all the latest features.

The history of Nokia is very interesting. Let’s have a look at it: Nokia had its business interest in a lot of segments of the market like footwear, cables, paper products, etc. However, it was in 1992 thatNokia decided to focus on its telecommunications business. Jorma Ollila became the President and CEO of Nokia and focused the company on telecommunications. In the year 1992 itself, Nokia launched it first GSM handset, the Nokia 1011.
In 1994, the Nokia 2100 was launched which was the first mobile to feature the Nokia Tune. In the same year, world’s first satellite call was done using one of Nokia’s GSM handset on a mobile contracts.

In 1997, the Nokia 6110 became the first mobile to feature Nokia’s classic Snake game. 1998 was the year when Nokia became the world leader in mobile phones. The year 1999, was very significant as the Internet went mobile. Nokia launched the 7110, world’s first WAP handset. 2002 saw the launch of Nokia’s first 3G phone, the Nokia 6650.
Nokia launched the N-Gage in 2003. It helped in making the mobile gaming, multi-player.

Another significant year in the history of Nokia was 2005. Nokia introduced the Nseries, the next generation of multimedia devices. In the same year, Nokia sold its billionth phone.
Nokia continues to be the market leader. It is now a huge multi-national company with manufacturing units all over the world. In the highly competitive world of mobile phones, Nokia still has a lot of market presence and provides a lot of mobile contracts and will continue to do the same for a long time to come.

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Nokia Phones

Nokia mobile phones have marked a breakthrough in mobile communications today. Nokia offers high quality performance with excellent picture taking stills. The latest N-series Nokia phones called as multimedia computers are a perfect blend of fashion and functionality.

Nokia enhances people’s lives by providing easy to use mobile phones. Nokia is world’s leader in mobile communications and the latest Nokia phones have made 3G a reality for growing number of people. The Nokia N73 has two strengths voice and video calling with an excellent loudspeaker and good Bluetooth headset connectivity.

Nokia offers cool handsets equipped with the latest mobile technology, great features and great looks. The variety of handsets ranges from the basic phones to the latest Nokia N93, Nokia N80, and many other premium and classic handsets. The latest Nokia phones are designed to meet the needs of all types of people.

The Nokia 7370 that is one of the smaller swivel phones in the market today offers a good set of basic multimedia features including a 3D stereo speaker. It is one of the brilliantly designed mobile phones from the Nokia L’Amour Collection which has an etched metal surface and leather sections on the casing. The music features include an integrated music player & FM visual stereo radio and the visual radio allows the user to listen to music & interact with their favorite radio station at the same time. The Nokia 8800 mobile phone looks stunning with an impressive sliding mechanism with a failrly good set of features. If you are looking for a simple and candy bar phone just for communicating and messaging, you’d be impressed by Nokia 7360

The latest Nokia phones combine photography, video and communications, connecting people, information and services, by making mobile communications more affordable and accessible.

Take a look at Nokia Mobile Phones .

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Smart Phone the Blackberry Bold 9000

Blackberry Bold 9000 come with a 2 MP camera and video recording, you can capture and share the imags and videos. It has 128 MB flash memory,1 GB storage memory and 624 MHz processor. Dimensions are 114 x 66 x 14 mm and Weight is 133 g. It supports GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP and USB. Also supports SMS, MMS, Email & Instant Messaging. BalckBerry 9000 comes with an integrated organizer, it can help you stay on top of your day

 The 3G enabled BlackBerry-Bold-9000-Black sports the biggest and brightest display of any other BlackBerry to date. Key features include a 2.0 megapixel camera, GPS, Wifi, media player with improved stereo speakers, super fast 624MHz processer, MicroSD slot and “push”/attachment. With the release of the Blackberry 9000, Blackberry has mad the move from a brand that benefited utilitarian needs to one that has the design and features of many high-class cell phones.

  The 3G connection makes sure that your download and multimedia steaming speeds lightning quick.The 480 by 320 resolution screen is a definite increase over the 8000 models. Images and text are now extremely sharp and legible even in direct sunlight.

 The new user interface gives all the icons you know and love a clean edge without changing the initial theme of the pictures. The newly designed keyboard ha a great tactile feel that respond to your touch making for an intuitive typing experience. The trackball brings back the familiar easy to use navigation of scrolling through the menu by using your finger. With the Bold the trackball gets improved lighting that will surely light your path. Other great features include a slot for MicroSD cards, wi-fi, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Please Purchase Online http://www.phoneandbeyond.com

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