Mobile phone firms won’t be taken seriously these days if they don’t have an Android offering - or at least that’s the way it feels. Last week, Motorola launched one. Today, it's LG's turn. LG_GW620_01 LG's GW620: the firm's first Android smartphone LG has called its offering the GW620, but has decided to keep the handset’s …
FUGLY .. and they've done their usual trick and made the screen to small
A keyboard! Yay!
If it's got better battery life than the G1, I'm fecking having one! Finally be able to develop my mobile apps. I'll miss some of my WinMobile kit, mind - until I re-create it on Android, bwhahaha. ;-)
Any clue about the CPU?
I can't wait to get an Android device however I hear that some of the HTC one's suffer from poor performance due to the pokey 528 MHz Qualcomm chip they all use.
Does anyone know if this device will have the same spec or something closer to the Samsung Jet?
is snake oil.
and the Hero, is a champ :)
LG? You're 'avin a larf
LG have fucked up every single handset that they have made to date. The Viewty could have been so much more, but a quirky, inconsistent, OS and a touchscreen that was woefully non-responsive ruined the experience.
Can LG really produce an Android device without repeating their past mistakes? Having been bitten by their tech several times before, I remain highly sceptical.
@By Anonymous Coward Posted Monday 14th Sept
a) It is certainly not fugly, in fact, it is probably the nicest looking Android handset ever launched. While not a style issue, the keyboard is 5 row, a lot more practical too. b) It's 'too' not 'to'. LOL.
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