Loving all the comments from the stupid people that don't understand the concept of 120fps AFTER people have gone to the trouble of explaining it.
For the slow people at the back, the handset can CAPTURE at up to 120fps but PLAYS BACK at 30 fps. This is how slow motion recording works (Have a look http://youtube.com/watch?v=AAj...ated&search= SEE).
For the people going on about not being able to tell the difference between something recorded at 1000000fps and 25fps, there is quite a massive difference if you watch it played back at 25 or 30 fps (PAL or NTSC framerates respectively).
Finally, HD can be 24(film), 25(PAL), 30(NTSC), or 60(games mainly) fps but other than games only content that has an HD originated source will use 60fps (and even then, rarely).
We had an LG rep come into store today and show us a prototype of the mobile. Its a very intresting mobile! it has some (maybe even the best) in phone video editing software avaliable. The camera on phone phone is of high quality and is very clear!
wish it will come to singapore soon!
cnet.co.uk has a review of the phone!
Official specification from the LG site:
Features * Image Stabiliser with a direct key/ISO 800/SmartLight
* Full-Touchscreen and 3.0 Wide Flat LCD Screen/Mobile XD Engine/landscape view
* Handwriting Recognition/Handwriting Editing
* High speed video capture at 120 frames per second
* Jog wheel for resizing pages in web browser/zooming in and out when taking photos/raising and lower volume during calls
* Direct uploading to YouTube.com/Google Package
* Schneider-Kreuznach certified lens; 5.1 Mega pixel AF/MF Camera with Xenon Flash
* DivX mobile profile, TV out, document viewer
Specifications * Radio Bands: HSDPA (3.6Mbps), WCDMA, Tri-band (GSM/EDGE)
* Display: 240 x 400 (WQVGA), 3.0, 262K TFT-LCD
* Dimensions: 103.5mm x 54.4mm x 14.8mm
The stylus to take a note or same to answer a sms it is funny and fast
i guess the stylus makes sense. I mean only for the picture and video editing. Otherwise i would prefer to use my finger :3
Nice specs... but not usable as a world phone, which needs quad-band GSM.
Maybe this will change at official release.
In this press release (http://uk.lge.com/about/press_...506_1.jhtml) from LG, they have stated that it has a stylus pen. End of story!
Yes completely, when one cannot use a camera and that one has a proto between these hands. You have that with poste of the examples malignant
I've had the Viewty for about 2 weeks now,I was excited about having one until I started using the camera...very crap quality considering its supposed to have its main focus on the camera??, i've messed with the settings but still had no luck....and for those asking about the pen it has none, its impossible to get games for too....I also had the Prada until I crushed it in my back pocket!
uhmm...sassy girl, i have feeling your lying cuz this phone isn't out yet!
Could you send a link of a picture with the prada or viewty with a stylus. I have never seen one before and certain that there isn't :S
To those complaining about WiFi, WiFi is only accessible in certain places, while HSDPA is becoming far more widespread. I have both WiFi and HSDPA on my Macbook (using a 3G card) and only use WiFi when at home. Why should I pay stupid money to use WiFi in a coffee shop when I can have all I can eat 3G/HSDPA almost anywhere in the UK for just £25 a month? And it's more than fast enough to watch YouTube, download files etc. I believe the Viewty to be a lot more innovative and versatile than the iPhone too - and I am an Apple fan. I repeat, WiFi is NOT the future of mobile devices.