Your chance to win a state of the art media phone from LG
The February 2009 prize-draw here at DPNow.com will net one of you a fantastic 8MP LG KC780 camera phone.
This competition is now closed - thank you to everyone who entered.
The winner is Ian Roberts. Congratulations, Ian.
To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is follow the instructions at the bottom of this page.
This high-end camera phone features a Schneider-Kreuznach lens, smile and face-detection, autofocus shooting modes, eight megapixel sensor, image stabilisation, and up to ISO 1600 for low light shooting without flash.
DivX movie recording is also supported and both photos and movies can be stored on an optional MicroSD flash storage card.
The LG KC780 is a stylish and compact tri-band device with Edge support and a slide-out keyboard. Built in motion sensors aid auto configuration of the 2.4 inch colour LCD screen. The fun doesn’t stop there as you can take advantage of the built in games that are available using the phones motion sensors.
Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP stereo Bluetooth profile are featured and you can sync additional office applications via Bluetooth or USB. The phone includes digital music and video support, plus FM Radio.
When we had a look at the LG KC910 Renoir last year, we were impressed with LG's 8MP imaging technology. We will be reviewing the LG KC780 very soon.
For more information visit: www.lge.com
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