LG KF600 Review: Twice The FunBy cheatmaster 02:48 Sun, 08 Aug 2021 Comments
Touchpads are no longer revolutionary. But they are still not flawless either. The ones we've managed to test so far have all fallen seriously short of being the best thing since sliced bread. However, our experience with LG KF600 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona revealed a huge step forward for touchpad-navigated devices. You can imagine we were more than eager to create a full review of the handset. Luckily, the pre-release unit we got was fine enough for that purpose. So, here we go.
- 2" 256K-color TFT Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) display of QVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution
- 1.49" 256K-color TFT 176 x 240 pixel InteractPad
- 3.15 MegaPixel (MP) capturing camera with autofocus and Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash
- Tri-band GSM/EDGE support
- Bluetooth and Universal Serial Bus (USB) v2.0
- Cool additional themes by Keith Haring
- Frequency Modulation (FM) radio
- Cool games
- No 3G support
- 2-inch display is small for a multimedia handset
- Front panel is a fingerprint nightmare
- Uncomfortable keypad
- The haptic feedback on the InteractPad has a delay
- Non-hot-swappable memory card
The KF600 was one of the highlights at the LG booth at the MWC and, as we see it, it has enough fine reasons for that. There's a remarkable youthful feel about the handset, which can hardly go unnoticed. Of course the recent InteractPad interface has its downsides, so you might just want to read a small more before you fork out the cash. This certainly is not everybody's phone.
LG KF600 review photos
Clearly, LG KF600 is not inventing the wheel with its InteractPad. We still can't foracquire the hard time the touchpad of Samsung E950 gave us. However, the KF600 seems to have more odds of achieving market success. The lower touch-sensitive display is now far more responsive and boasts much greater image quality. Sounds like a fine start for this small fella.
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