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LG launches EDGE capable A7110 on Cingular


Snapshot by Michael Oryl on Thursday May 12, 2005.

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LG A7110 for Cingular
LG A7110 for Cingular
LG has launched their latest sliding form factor handset, the A7110. Available only through Cingular at a price of $99 after a $50 service rebate, the main talking point of the A7110 is the fact that the handset supports Cingular's EDGE network. As such, the A7110 is well placed to take advantage of Cingular's Video On Demand service, giving you access to a wide range of videos.

Specifications for the LG A7110
Band GSM (900/1800/1900Mhz)
Data GPRS/EDGE
Size 92mm x 47mm x 25mm
Weight 110g
Battery Life 200 hours standby time
3 hours talk time
Main Display 85k color TFT, 128x160 resolution
Camera VGA
Video Video capture/playback
Messaging MMS/SMS
Email No
Bluetooth No
Infrared Yes
Java Yes, MIDP v2.0
Polyphonics Yes
Memory 32MB shared memory
Availability Immediate
Other Sliding form factor

The A7110 also has some other nice features, including being able to take between 300 and 1,000 photos with the rotating camera, depending on your choice of resolution (128x160, 320x240, and 640x480). The camera also has a 4x digital zoom and a host of settings and colour effects, as well as being able to shoot up to six images in quick succession. The phone can also record its own video at a respectable 176x144 resolution for up to thirty minutes, although the 32MB memory would be a bit stretched if you tried both at the same time.

The A7110 also has an built-in AIM messaging client and support for downloadable Java applications, meaning you should always be able to find something to do, although if inspiration fails you can always take advantage of the desktop and ringtone customisation options.

You'll find a gallery of live photos of the LG A7110 for Cingular on the following page.

 

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