LG Electronics today announced the KS20, a new smartphone featuring high speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) and a full touchscreen for usability.
The LG KS20 received a favorable response from the press and the parties by winning 'Choice Product' for 'Product Highlight' at IFA 2007 held in Berlin, Germany from last Aug. 31 through Sep. 5.
Compatible with highly advanced HSDPA networks, KS20 allows users to enjoy the full benefits of 3.6Mbps high speed mobile internet, including downloading of music, video clips and Windows Live content, as well as push email. HSDPA technologies receive data at 3.6Mbps, which is the speed of over 7 times faster than the widely-used WCDMA phones.
Also, the KS20 provides full Internet browsing functions such as full screen display, favorites and shortcuts. It presents a PC-like Internet page and allows free and unrestricted web surfing.
A full flat touch screen doubles convenience in using mobile internet through a fluent and direct interaction as well as a perfect minimal & stylish design. The KS20 realized an intuitive touch system with enhanced convenience for users to be able to input instructions with a stylus or pen, as well as fingertips.
The phone is also equipped with a host of other advanced features such as Wi-Fi connectivity, natural handwriting recognition, 128 MB internal memory, microSD external memory and Bluetooth 2.0, and is powered by the Windows Mobile 6.
The LG KS20 will be available for purchase from today in major retail outlets across Europe.
This Article taken from mobiledia.com