LG F9100

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LG F9100 with keyboard exposed

The LG F9100 is a dual-band messaging phone released by LG in 2005. It was LG's first phone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

Related phones[edit]

Specs[edit]

Basics[edit]

Chipset TI D751992AGHH
Platform/OS ATI Nucleus PLUS 1.0.G1.1
Display 128 x 160, STN, 16-bit color
Status LED Red/green
Flash memory 32 MB
Phonebook capacity 100
Charging and data connector LG G7050 connector
FCC ID BEJF9100

Connectivity[edit]

Operating modes GSM (850/1900)
Data GPRS
SIM size Mini SIM
IrDA No
Bluetooth Not supported
PC Link None?

Media[edit]

Supported image formats GIF, JPG, PNG, WBMP
Supported audio formats AMR(?), IMY, MID, MMF
Speaker configuration Ear speaker and loudspeaker
Line out 2.5mm jack used for voice only
Synthesizer YMU762C (MA-3)
Extras Voice memo recorder

Messaging[edit]

SMS Yes
EMS Yes
MMS Yes
IM AIM, ICQ, Y! Messenger, Cingular Wireless, Future

Software[edit]

Java MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1

Accessories[edit]

Unused Content[edit]

The full flash for the F9100 contains the "WOW LG" startup sound and multiple camera shutter noises, which aren't used anywhere in the phone. These files are likely leftover from some other LG phone when the software was forked for this phone.

Firmware[edit]

There is currently only one firmware available for this phone.

LG F9100 firmware