LG’s “Shine” line has certainly grown up. For years LG has promoted a line of classy, brushed stainless steel phones that have been stylish alternatives to the predictable and plastic. From basic flips to sliders and now the LG Shine Touch, this franchisee has always offered a unique, minimalist look, an elite and hearty “feel” when holding or using the device, and won many an accolade for quality build materials and performance.
The LG Shine Touch is the latest in this heralded franchisee, offering an exclusive, as of this writing, to Canadians via Rogers Communications, a touch screen phone with virtual QWERTY keypad, tight, optimized feature set, all wrapped up in the now iconic brushed stainless steel that clearly marks this fine phone as part of the aforementioned “Shine” line.
The LG Shine Touch offers 3G speed and simple access to popular applications, such as video, music and more via touch widgets. It also features a 3.0MP camera, video record with Dolby mobile sound and “Life’s Good” moments can be shared online easily with friends and relatives.
Unlike the more powerful smartphones on the market, the LG Shine Touch takes a variety of popular features, optimizes them and makes access as simple as touching a button.
For the true smartphone user, the Shine Touch will be seen as a good looking sports car that lacks the turbo. But for those who truly enjoy owning a phone that looks different, one where you can “feel” the quality each time you touch the brushed metal surface, and want access to certain key features fast, take a serious look at the serious new entry in the “Shine” line from LG.