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Levi's cell phone review
Mark Peters : April 11th 2008 - 10:20 CET
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LetsGoMobileLevi's cell phone review : LetsGoMobile has reviewed the trendy Levi's mobile phone. Mobile phones are the ultimate accessory in the lives of today's generation of youngsters. It seemed a logical step for Levi's to put a mobile phone on the market tailor-made to the desires of the younger consumer. The Levi's mobile phone has a trendy, cool appearance and puts emphasis on functionality. The handset has been equipped with a 2.0 Megapixel camera, photo-editor, audio player and FM radio among other things.

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LetsGoMobile says: "The Levi's mobile phone has been equipped with a 2 Megapixel digital camera with LED flash and a 4x digital zoom. Taking close-up pictures is rather difficult and in badly lit circumstances the pictures don't turn out completely sharp. I discovered that due to the rainy weather during the week I was testing the Levi's cell phone's camera. The camera performs better capturing cityscapes, landscapes and friends, for example on the beach. It is a bit of a puzzle as to which settings achieve the best results. The Levi's mobile phone has 64MB of internal memory. If you use your cell phone for playing music or picture-taking frequently, you can enhance the memory with a microSD flash memory card up to 2GB."

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Levi's photo-editor function
Photo-editor offers a surprising lot of picture editing possibilities for a mobile phone. Besides carrying out some simple adjustments, such as sharpness and contrast, one can also play with tone, saturation and even colour. You can add text and pictograms to a picture and last but not least, Photo-editor offers many standard effects such as greyscale, sepia and water paint. The best way of viewing and editing pictures is a computer monitor of course, but the Levi's Photo-editor is a nice enhanced addition. Read the full Levi's cell phone review over at LetsGoMobile.

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