LG Viewty Reviews

Written By admin on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 | 4:47 PM

LG Viewty
LG made up one of the first to take touchscreen technology to mainstream headphones, and it continues to rest during these laurels. With the LG Viewty Snap it aims to have made a no-frills feature headphone, which, as the call advises, objects the casual shutterbugs away there.

The LG Viewty Snap is mainly made of black or silver plastic with chrome-like surrounding band, it is very light and comfortable to hold. The screen is 3”, of the resistive type, with a fairly decent 240x400 pixels resolution. Colors are looking good, despite that it only supports 262 144 of them. Where it fails, though, is the screen responsiveness.
Spoiled from capacitive technology nowadays, we have almost forgotten that on some touchscreens you have to press firmly to register, or use your fingernails to scroll – but the LG Viewty Snap really reminded us how tough the beginning was. Setting the display brightness on maximum makes the screen legible enough in direct sunlight.

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