Sunday, October 14, 2007

LG Chocolate Review

Volume and Voice Command Keys and the Charger Port are positioned on the left side, while the Camera and Power On / Off Keys are located on the right with the Music Key and microSD expansion card slot nearby.

Slid open, the numeric keypad is revealed along with the 1.3-megapixel camera lens on the back. Able to snap photos up to 1280 x 960 px, positioning the lens on the top half of the slide protects the lens when the Chocolate is closed. On the bottom half, carrying holes allow users to attach a hand strap.

LG's attention to aesthetics is truly amazing. When closed, the Chocolate's 'hidden' display and touchpad are virtually invisible. The minimalist design is brought to life with one push of the thumb, suddenly illuminating the brilliant LCD and touchpad with a glowing red hue, sure to turn heads in a crowded area. Seeing nothing like this on handhelds in the past, the Chocolate's innovative style and unorthodox design elements are sure to be popular.

Out of the box, the LG Chocolate comes with a Standard 800 mAh Li-Ion Battery, Travel Charger, Headset Adapter, and User Manual.

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