LG: More Android smartphones and wristwatch handsets coming 2010

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LG: More Android smartphones and wristwatch handsets coming 2010
At a special blogger´s event in London, LG´s sales and marketing executive for the UK, John Barton, has revealed part of the plans of LG´s cell phone division for the next year. He stated that LG would release an Android-based cell phone in 2010 and the device would come without hardware keyboard, unlike the manufacturer´s first model running the mentioned OS, the LG GW620. Unfortunately, Mr. Barton didn´t disclose any other details about it, so it´s still unclear if the device is to be equipped with 1GHz Snapdragon processor like we told you some time ago. Android has been all the rage on the cell phone market for some time now, so it´s quite likely that LG rolls out more than just one device with the operating system in 2010.

It seems more wristwatch cell phones are on their way as well. The information about them is sketchy indeed, but we do hope the new range includes an affordable handset, because the current model, the LG GD910 is far too expensive.

source: FoneHome


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4 Comments

1. vzw fanman

Posts: 1976; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

wrist watch?? that wouldn't work for me.

3. dbdanny89

Posts: 13; Member since: Nov 10, 2009

Me either. I'll look like an undercover agent having my wrist next to my mouth when talking to someone. That is just not going to work out for me. :(

2. vzwman

Posts: 385; Member since: Oct 26, 2009

lg sucks, after coming from a dare to a droid lg is garbage

4. dbdanny89

Posts: 13; Member since: Nov 10, 2009

Some companies are not meant to have Android phones but that does not stop them from making them. I guess Android is taking over the world.

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