LG announced today their latest high-end slider called LG KF750 or otherwise LG Secret. It's their third Black Label Series handset and it can surely steal some attention with both specs and looks. Of course, it seems ironic that LG codenamed their handset Secret, now that preliminary information about it leaked a couple of times in the past few weeks.
It's been a busy week of new announcements - almost all of the major manufactures announced new models. Motorola Roadmap 2008 leaked six days ago, Nokia announced their new XpressMusic handsets two days ago, Sony Ericsson announced the G502 and Z780 yesterday, and LG are now announcing their LG KF750 Secret today. If Samsung are prepping something for tomorrow, we would have all the Top 5 major manufacturers covered. But we digress; let's not steal the spotlight from the LG KF750 Secret.
The LG KF750 or LG Secret is the slimmest 5 megapixel cameraphone in the company portfolio (other than that only Samsung F480 and Sony Ericsson C902 can beat its slimness). It features a bunch of high tech materials and solutions such as a carbon fiber back panel, tempered glass over the display and Neon Touch Navigation buttons with touch sensitivity.
The LG KF750 Secret has borrowed several intriguing features form the LG Viewty such as the DivX playback and 120 fps QVGA video recording. Building on that base it offers even more advanced functions such as a built-in accelerometer. Beside the auto rotating display, the preinstalled games make good use of it - you can throw darts, hook a fish or navigate a maze simply by tilting the handset.
The large QVGA 2.4-inch 262K color TFT display can auto adjust its brightness thanks to the ambient light sensor. The LG KF750 also delivers HSDPA 3.6Mbps, Bluetooth, 100MB built-in memory expandable with the MicroSD memory card slot and FM radio with RDS.
LG are launching the phone today, but details about availability and pricing are still not known.