The new 8-megapixel LG Renoir KC910 camera touchscreen mobile phone was officially launched earlier in November. Is the Renoir more than just a pretty face or does it live up to it’s 8-megapixel wonder and touchscreen user interface?

Korean manufacturer LG recently launched their latest brain child in Singapore, the Renoir KC910, which claims to be an extremely slim, yet feature-full touchscreen multimedia phone. And it also looks to take photography seriously as the phone boasts Schneider-Kreuznach optics, Xenon flash, auto and manual focus, ISO sensitivity of up to 1600, geo-tagging and a powerful 8-megapixel rating.

The Renoir KC910 is HSDPA-capable, supports MP3 music playack as well as DivX and Xvid videos, Wi-Fi-enabled and features A-GPS navigation in case you lose your way.

Check out the phone specifications:

RF Band 3G, HSDPA 7.2, GSM(900/1800/1900)/ 
  Europe/Asia/MEA/CIS/China/Others –
Display 3-inch TFT (240×400 pixel) 262K colours
User Memory 100MB
External Memory MicroSD up to 8GB
Camera 8-megapixel
Data Connectivity WAP v2.0, Wi-Fi, Google Package
Messaging Video MMS, email, instant messaging
Battery Capacity 1000mAh
Talk Time 220min(2G), 220min(3G)
Dimension 107.8 x 55.9 x 13.95mm
Weight 114g