LG's first Android phone is caught on video, speaking the language of love

LG's first Android phone is caught on video, speaking the language of love
Oooh la la, LG's first Android phone made a trip over to France where it was the subject of a video. Without our handy English-French dictionary, we couldn't quite understand what was being said although some words like resistive (as in this handset has a resistive 3 inch touchscreen) stood out. The device also sports a 5MP camera with LED flash and a landscape sliding AWERTY keyboard (note the difference in letter placement) that actually looks a cut above the usual LG fare. Music buffs will be happy to know that there is a 3.5mm audio jack and a microSD slot to store all of your tunes. Unlike HTC and Motorola, LG has not layered its own UI on top of the Google open source OS. No word on whether or not this device makes it to the U.S., but right now we are expecting a fourth quarter European release priced at about 449 EUR, approximately $650 USD at current exchange rates.

LG GW620 Preliminary Specifications

source: android.hdblog.it (translated) via CNETFrance, EngadgetMobile


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