Tuesday, December 29, 2009

LG Chocolate Touch

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of LG Chocolate Touch. All opinions are 100% mine.

It wasn't that long ago, that your cell phone could do one thing, and one thing only. Make and receive phone calls. If you wanted to do anything else while on the road, it usually required a separate device. Sending and receiving text messages required some sort of pager. If you wanted to listen to music, you needed to carry a radio, walkman, or MP3 player around. Surfing the web, fuggetaboutit, you were tied to a computer.

Let's face it. We are living in a technological wonderland these days. Our cell phones can do more and more every day. My current cell phone, like a lot of the newer phones, can do a lot of things, but it can't do everything. I still have to carry around a couple of devices, like my iPod, to do everything I want. Now though, the folks at LG may have a complete all in one device in their LG Chocolate Touch.

The LG Chocolate Touch is designed with the music lover in mind.  It comes with Dolby Mobile equalizer technology.  Anything with Dolby sound just makes music sound so much better.  There is 1GB of internal memory that is devoted to store about 500 songs.  You can also expand the memory to 16GB with a Micro SD card.  I have a 60GB iPod that currently has 5000 songs on it that would easily fit on a 16GB card on the Chocolate Touch.  It also comes equipped with an FM tuner with song ID, and the handset vibrates and displays visual effects to the beat of the music.

Another neat feature of the Chocolate Touch is a one touch social networking making it easy to connect with all your friends on Facebook, My Space, and Twitter.  The phone is equipped with a 3.2 megapixel camera capable of both still photography and video.  You can take photos in four different resolutions and can edit the images in the phone.  The Chocolate Touch also comes with full internet capability and produces high quality mobile media, text, pictures, and video.

I currently have about a year remaining on my current contract with Verizon Wireless.  The LG Chocolate Touch is available through Verizon, so when I am able to upgrade to a new phone, I will have to check out the capability of the LG Chocolate Touch, if only for the music player capability.

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