The Viewty’s biggest claim to fame is it’s optical lense and imaging features, which allow for 5 megapixel shots, 120 frames-per-second video capture, auto and manual focus, an 800 ISO mode, and onboard image stabilization.
We don’t have any hard data to prove this, but image quality felt on-par (or perhaps even a bit better than) the camera on the Nokia N95.
Physically, the inner camera lens seemed to be slightly smaller.
We had the opportunity to spend a bit of quality time with LG’s new Viewty handset today at CES.
After a bit of menu and feature exploration, we can say that this is a pretty nice high-end feature phone.
The organizer in the phone could only store 100 calendar events which helps sync phone calendars with Google Calendar (though it does work by using instructions for LG Arena).
It featured an ISO 800-equivalent High-Sensitivity mode for night scenery shots and "Smart Light" for bright and clear images in the dark.It allowed capturing Div X VGA video at 30fps, and QVGA at 120fps for slow-motion playback.