LG Chocolate BL40

The Chocolate BL40 is an expensive cellphone, and once you spend this kinda money it

The Chocolate BL40 is an expensive cellphone, and once you spend this kinda money it is nice to feel that you are purchasing to a higher degree simply style. Luckily, the new Chocolate packs in pretty a good deal all of the characteristics that you could ask for. To begin with the camera is fantabulous.
It has a 5 megapixel sensor with an LED flash and auto focus. Applying the camera is very easy indeed via the touchscreen. It might not have the 8 megapixels of a Cyber-Shot or oppo a5 price Nseries phone, but it will take first-class images under good lighting experimental condition, though slenderly grainy ones in poor light. Video recording is impressive, with entire VGA-resolution recording at 30 frames per second, permanently quality videos. You are able to edit videos with the built-in video editor program and look at them directly on a TV if you purchase the optional TV-Out cable. Video calling is also available.
The music role player is excellent, with good sound quality, and there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack so you are able to connect your own headphones, or use a wireless Bluetooth headset. The music player commands are very easy to use and the music player is fully featured. The new Chocolate also goes with an FM radio, and there’s the added together bonus of an FM transmitter that lets you stream music to a compatible hi-fi system or car stereo. We will refer here too that the media player supports playback of DivX and Xvid movies.