LG Launches New Mid Range Handset

A couple of weeks ago, LG launched two handsets into the Indian market – the KM710 slider and KS360 with its slide out QWERTY keypad. Adding to that list is another handset that’s directed at the youth segment - the KF300 clamshell. It seems like LG is going all out to cater to the mid range value mobile segment in all possible form factors, let’s not forget the touchscreen Cookie.

Anil Arora, Business Group Marketing Head, Mobile Communication, LG Electronics Pvt Ltd said, “At LG, we understand that today’s mobile phones have transcended from their functional use and become a style statement. We work towards to meet the growing demand of the new world with our innovative and latest world class products at affordable prices. With the launch of these phones, we are offering perfect options for youth. These phones are packed with dynamic features to meet the needs of today’s generation. We are confident that our new offering will be well accepted and live up to the expectations of the consumers.”

The LG KF300 is presented in a laser cut design with an external 1.1-inch TFT LCD (128 x 160 pixels) and an internal 2.2-inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) display. The features also include -

2 mega-pixel camera
FM radio
Variable font size
Mobile tracker
Internal memory of up to 14MB with microSD card support

The KF300 also packs in 4 hot keys for setting an alarm, schedule or to access the photo album. They can of course, be set to other functions as well. LG claims that the handset can deliver Talk time of up to 5 hours, which we’ll have to wait and see.
The KF300 is available at all retail outlets and is priced at Rs. 8, 500 (MRP).

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