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LG K800 Chocolate

LG introduces the brand new LG KG800 Chocolate, a mobile phone that brings technology to the max.

The ‘Chocolate’ is a slim, sleek and classy mobile handset that, as the name says, resembles a chocolate bar for its shape and slips very easily into your pocket or hand

  • Size: 98 x 51 x 14 mm
  • Weight: 83 g
  • Memory: 128 MB
  • Display: TFT, 256K Colours
  • Browser: WAP 2.0, XHTML
  • Time: Up to 6 hrs
  • Stand-by: Up to 200 hrs
  • Camera: 1.3MP
  • Bluetooth: Yes
  • Infrared: No User Rating:

The KG800 Chocolate includes a slick slide-up opening mechanism, along with a beautiful LCD screen and touch sensitive pad that will have mobile users drooling over its design.

A 1.3 megapixel (with 4 x digital zoom and flash) is provided, capable of taking quality photographs under any light condition. Internet connectivity is also provided through a WAP Browser, and the handset comes with an integrated video feature that allows you to capture, play and store video in the gallery.

In terms of size the Chocolate phone is lightweight, weighing only 83 g and measures 95 x 48 x 15.2 mm. You can also record and watch 3GP video clips on your KG800 handset, which is displayed on the LCD 256k colour screen.

The LG KG800 Chocolate is definitely a standard bearer in terms of looks and design.

LG KE800 Chocolate Phone Reviews

Thursday, Mar 13 2008 gave the LG KG800 Chocolate 1 out of 5 on Thursday, Mar 13 2008 crap
crap.....have it in nov 2007 march 11th 08 did not work today still dont work
Reviewed by garry on Thursday, Mar 13 2008

Saturday, Dec 1 2007 gave the LG KG800 Chocolate 1 out of 5 on Saturday, Dec 1 2007 Pathetic at best
It has horrible memory, no stop watch or timer. it costs way to much and the touch screen is to sensitive.
Reviewed by Ricardo costal on Saturday, Dec 1 2007

Monday, Nov 19 2007 gave the LG KG800 Chocolate 1 out of 5 on Monday, Nov 19 2007 RUBBISH
This phone is crap ... it does everything you don't want it do (i.e. turn itself off half way through a text or when you dont realise and when you turn it on you have 10 missed calls from a very angry boyfriend/girlfirend) and nothing that you want it to (i.e. work!) so don't buy it... as far as I am aware LG make fridges and they should stick to that!
Reviewed by Helen on Monday, Nov 19 2007

Monday, Jul 23 2007 gave the LG KG800 Chocolate 1 out of 5 on Monday, Jul 23 2007 Horrible
This Phone- BAD. Its horrible. The screen goes mosiacy, the camera doesn't work, the screen goes white on some poeples phone, It turns itself off, Its so annoying. Dont be charmed by its good looks. Its a garbage phone. dont fall for it. Seriously.
Reviewed by Rhiannon on Monday, Jul 23 2007

Friday, May 25 2007 gave the LG KG800 Chocolate 3 out of 5 on Friday, May 25 2007 Good for the wife!
Brilliant phone, superb picture quality and easy enough to use so much so that my wife can use it!
Reviewed by Edward fitton on Friday, May 25 2007

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