12 MP LG GC990 Louvre unveiled, exclusive photos inside

LG logoToday the new cameraphone flagship LG GC990 Louvre made its first public appearance. Sporting a 12 MP autofocus camera and HD video recording it was showcased at a Korea Products Exhibition held in Warsaw. Live photos of the next big thing in the mobile world follow.

LG GC990 Louvre is equipped with a masterpiece 12 MP camera with Schneider-Kreuznach optics, auto/touch focus, xenon flash and most importantly, it is able to record HD video clips (1280 x 720 pixels) at 30 fps.

LG GC990 Louvre

The handset comes complete with a new feature dubbed Intellizoom. Other camera stuff include ISO up to 3200, camera images geo-tagging and zero shutter lag, which presumably means images will be taken as fast as with a dedicated digital camera.

The 12 MP still shots and the HD video recording add up to the best cameraphone we have seen so far (at leaston paper anyway). Until now user had to choose either the HD-videos of Samsung i8910 Omnia HD or the 12 MP resolution of the Samsung M8910 Pixon12 and Sony Ericsson Satio but with the GC990 Louvre you will be able to get the best of both worlds.

On top of the fancy camera, the LG GC990 Louvre also sports Wi-Fi with DLNA, TV-out, GPS and a 3.2" 16M color touchscreen display.

LG GC990 Louvre runs the latest S-Class Touch UI and has an accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate. The final features of the LG Louvre include GPS receiver with A-GPS support, Bluetooth as well as DivX and Xvid video formats support.

There is no word of the LG GC990 Louvre availability and pricing yet but stay tuned as we expect to more information to be available soon.

Source: GSMArena

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