LG Ally kicks off pre-orders on May 13 with a full launch expected on May 20?

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LG Ally kicks off pre-orders on May 13 with a full launch expected on May 20?
Already being heavily featured on commercials promoting Iron Man 2 on television, additional news shed some light on the LG Ally's upcoming plans. BGR has obtained some documentation surrounding the Android powered LG Ally which includes the full specifications on the smartphone and also some of the included features expected to accompany it. Consumers won't have to wait too long as it's looking like it'll launch on May 20th through all of Verizon's sales channels, but for those who can't wait to get their hands on it, there are pre-orders that will be offered starting May 13th. Expected to challenge the Motorola DEVOUR on Big Red's lineup, the LG Ally features a 600MHz MSM7627 processor, 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM, 3.2” WVGA touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel auto-focus camera with flash, 3.5mm headset jack, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, pre-installed 4GB microSD card, and the stock Android 2.1 experience. In addition, it'll sport LG's own unique set of widgets primarily focusing on the calendar, Weather & Time, and Social Networking. Verizon adds some of its own applications such as Visual Voicemail and V CAST Media Manager out of the box – which doesn't necessarily take away from the overall experience. For those who don't primarily utilize Gmail for storing their contacts, Verizon's own Backup Assistant application will soon be making its way over to the Android Market. Now that LG is about to unleash the Ally, it'll be interesting to see what kind of impressions it'll leave on potential owners.

LG Ally VS740 Preliminary Specifications

source: BGR




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