LG has unveiled a striking new 12 megapixel camera phone dubbed the GC990 Louvre.
Sighted at the Korea Products Exhibition in Warsaw, the new mobile phone houses a Schneider-Kreuznach lens and Xenon flash as well as autofocus and touch-focus.
Elsewhere, the mobile features a TV-Out socket to allow users to show HD footage captured by the phone, a 3.2-inch touchscreen, an accelerometer and support for Bluetoot and Wi-Fi.
At present, the handset remains at the concept stage, with LG claiming it has no plans to bring the LG Louvre to market.
The South Korean manufacturer’s current flagship cameraphone is the LG Renoir, which packs in an eight megapixel camera and also stands out for its advanced imaging capabilities.
These include an Art Shot function, whereby a warm or cool tone can be used to enhance images, as well as high quality video recording and HSDPA support for fast downloads and web surfing.