LG KC910 Renoir review: Portrait of a high-flyer

The LG KC910 has a moniker that sends out a bold and clear statement about talent. Packing a whopping 8 megapixel camera and top-of-the-line video recording, the LG KC910 Renoir is all about capturing the moment, leaving an impression. While this alone should be enough to assert an identity, the Renoir just won't stop there. With the full touch user interface and the portly 3" display, everything is a mere touch away. Wi-Fi, HSDPA and GPS are all aboard to add the last bits of oomph to the feature-loaded LG Renoir.
The exciting facts and figures from the Renoir specs sheet however won't really give away its real-life performance and this is where we step in. We already had the camera performance of the LG Renoir to bits in our 8 megapixel cameraphone shootout but it's time to move up and look at the bigger picture

It certainly took us quite some time to bring this review forward. Perhaps we even pushed it over the peak of your anticipation, but we didn't mean to get you starved so you like the meal better.
Our better-late-than-never department - duly sent to the corner, by the way - has finally prepared a full-featured, action-packed and hopefully eye-opening review of one of the best imaging mobile phones this year - the LG KC910 Renoir.

Key features:
Quad-band GSM, HSDPA 2100 MHz
3" 256K-color touchscreen TFT display (240 x 400 pixels)
8 megapixel autofocus camera, xenon flash (geo-tagging, face tracking, blink detection, touch focus, manual focus)
Video recording in AVI format, VGA@30fps, QVGA@120fps, time-lapse QVGA videos
Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP
GPS receiver with A-GPS support
100MB internal memory
Hot-swappable microSD card slot (ships with 8GB card)
Accelerometer for auto screen rotate
DivX/XviD video playback
Dolby Mobile music enhancement
FM radio with RDS
Office document viewer
Multi-tasking with a real task manager
Handwriting recognition
Excellent touch optimized image gallery
Direct video uploads to YouTube


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