LG KF300: A Sight for sore eyes?
18 May 2009 — 5:00 PM
Shoppers looking for an easy-to-use mobile may be interested in one of LG's latest phones, it has been suggested.
According to Sandra Vogel of the Trusted Reviews website, the South Korean manufacturer has put out a new model that is less concerned with high-tech whistles and bells - and is more focused on being user-friendly.
With large buttons, a long battery life and a range of different font sizes, she states the LG KF300 could be ideal for certain users - but is unlikely to impress those looking for a rich feature set.
The LG KF300 has decent battery life and great ergonomics [ ] I'm not sure the largest fonts are entirely suited to its small screen, but if your eyes need larger fonts you may be happy with the compromise," Ms Vogel explains.
Also onboard the device is a two-megapixel camera, FM radio, calendar, voice recorder, calculator and some other standard facilities.
Those looking for a more multimedia-focused LG handset may wish to consider the firm's flagship Arena model.
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