The LG Renoir KC910 is a stunning mobile phone or perhaps we should say cameraphone given it offers a variety of quite brilliant features whilst keeping that stylish and sleek look of its predecessor, the LG Viewty. When I first saw it at the LG Renoir Event I attended, I knew straight away that this would be the best looking phone I had owned, even better than the LG Secret! Now after using the phone for just over a month now I have found it to be very strong and can stand up to those long journeys and nights out and the touch screen is beautifully crafted and has great colours which are easy on the eye.
I have worked my way through the menu on the LG Renoir and have found some very useful features. I rarely had to use the manual to look things up as navigating through the menu was very easy and convenient to use. I always feel that a phone is very personal to each person and this phone fits my needs perfectly. Some of the key features which I enjoy using on the LG Renoir are the 8-megapixel digital camera with xenon flash, Wi-Fi internet access, touch screen, geo-tagging, music, radio, GPS (using Google Maps software) and games.
Rich Barker is the founder and editor of Tech-Styling – a website about stylish gadgets and technology, some of his favourites from the past year are the Magnetic Balls (Neocube Alpha), Radio Controlled Nighthawk Helicopter and the iLogic Sound Hat.
When he’s not busy with his own website, he can sometimes be found writing about hi-tech gadgets here on Zath as can be seen below and he is also on Twitter, so you can follow him there as @RichBarker.