LG KH3900 Joypop cellphone with FMC review

LG has been innovating in the far east what with its recent DMB 2.0 phone and now with its FMC phone, the LG KH3900. FMC stands for Fixed Mobile Convergence and essentially works to allow you to use your fixed line as well as the regular mobile phone service in the same device. Furthermore as the fixed line service is essentially VoIP or in this case Voice over Wi-Fi, it can work even in places where your mobile service signal is low or dead meaning that you are always connected using your LG KH3900 Joypop.

The technical specifications for the LG KH3900 cellphone are fairly straightforward, with a 2.8″ TFT main display with an OLED external display, 190 MB of internal memory with a microSD slot for expandable memory, Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, a 2 MP primary camera and a 1.3 MP secondary camera for video calls, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) and quad-band GSM.

While the LG KH3900 Joypop mobile phone is a flip phone or clam-shell form factor phone, it does have some pretty advanced features such as Wi-Fi and a secondary camera. The LG KH3900 Joypop smart phone is not completely cutting edge as it lacks 3G capability as well as a touchscreen although the latter would have made the clam-shell form redundant.

Expected to be released sometime in Q2 of 2010, the LG KH3900 Joypop cellphone will be available in White or (we must admit we thought it a bit Pinkish) Red with black on the inside as you can see in the photo above.

All in all the LG KH3900 Joypop mobile phone seems to be a pretty good device which combined with its FMC functionality and flip/clam-shell form factor should combine to make the LG KH3900 Joypop smart phone like most LG phones, a very alluring purchase.


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