Pantech IM-U540L "Sportiv": a sports phone with touch control for LG Telecom

Monday, December 28, 2009

South Korean company Pantech, which produces at home products under the brand of SKY, announced a new model of mobile phone with touch controls - IM-U540L "Sportiv". This model is designed to work in CDMA networks, the local operator LG Telecom, has a slim build, sporty design, lots of colors and body design is ideal under the control of one (left) hand. For these purposes on the side of the phone are a number of buttons with a convex shape. Apart from all governments, led (or rather in the corner), the phone is so-called universal three-dimensional analog control key functions on the phone, such as radio tuning, adjusting the brightness level of display or navigate the phone menu.

Among other advantages of its new products, the manufacturer indicates that there is support widgets (which can be placed on the phone screen in random order), increased protection in the construction of IM-U540L and the use of metal parts. In addition, the new device allows you to download files without the usual MR3 DRM protection, watch digital TV programs in standard T-DMB, and use built-in electronic dictionaries.

Pantech IM-U540L "Sportiv" specifications:

  • Support communications standards: CDMA EVDO Rel 0 / HSDPA 7.2Mbps
  • Dimensions: 106,5 x54, 5x10, 3 mm / Weight 88.3 oz (with a thin battery); 106,5 x54, 5x11, 2 / Weight 91.2 oz. (with standard battery)
  • Display: Large, 3-inch touchscreen, TFT, resolution of 240х400 pixels, displaying more than 262 thousand colors
  • Camera: 3 megapixel CMOS (CMOS)
  • Memory: 62 MB user available, expandable through microSD memory cards
  • Built-in photo and video editor (SKY Studios)
  • View office and text documents (SKY viewers)
  • Multimedia player, support for viewing television programs in the standard T-DMB
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Other applications: To-do list, Calendar, Calculator, Voice Memo, Stopwatch, World Clock, Unit converter and exchange, Google Maps and subway.