You see that the South Korean electronics giant LG Electronics Inc. hopes that the Apple iPhone earthquake can imitate the highly volatile mobile crust. In order to catch the thunder, LG Electronics has launched its second iPhone-like handset with many features that the iPhone does not have: 3G and high-speed cellular data networks.
The KS20 is very similar to the glossy front of the iPhone, which is almost without any buttons. KS20 is compatible with 3G WCDMA (Broadband Code Division Multiple Access) networks, the 3G standard is used by most of the world's operators. This means that the product meets the demand for iPhone in countries where it does not support Japanese and South Korean service providers. Another option is to turn LGKS20 higher than the iPhone in a faster data transmission network. WCDMA in the basic version is approx. It supports 384 kbps (bit / second) speeds and LG phones are also working on networks that have been upgraded at HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) at 3.6 million bps. This is significantly faster than the iPhone EDGE (Enhanced Data Rate for GSM Evolution) data network on which the iPhone works.
It is not the LG handset that outperforms the iPhone on every front. Missing is a service that some customers consider to be extremely important: the Apple OS X operating system. LG phones run on Windows Mobile 6.0, which is often criticized because they are harder to use and harder than Apple's operating system.