Despite the overwhelming popularity of full touchscreen and QWERTY phones these days, the biggest phone manufacturers continue to release handsets that come in other - previously well-received - form factors.
LG, for instance, have both LG Lollipop and LG Ice Cream in their current line-up, specifically produced for the young clamshell fans who will purchase a cool flip phone on a whim.
For this post, let's get to know LG Ice Cream KF350 --
LG Ice Cream features a youthful and perky design identity and comes in ice-creamy color schemes. The phone flaunts a unique limpid 3D layered pattern engraving and light-matrix external display on its shell -- greatly adding to the luxurious look of the device. The seemingly-breathing lighting effect syncs with audio and blinks to signal calls and unread images; Users can even use this LED-produced light show to spell words and show various characters in the air. Ice Cream comes in three colors; Pink, Pistachio, Blue and White Rosy.
As for technical specifications, LG Ice Cream comes replete with 2.2 inches TFT screen, 30 MB of internal memory, microSD card slot, a 3 MegaPixel camera at the back and BlueTooth connectivity support. Other features include an MP3 Player, an electronic dictionary, Stereo FM radio, HTML browser, Email client and Video Call support.
LG Ice Cream KF350 is now available in the Philippines with a price tag of roughly Php 8,000.