LG was bound to also have an Android phone, because that’s the thing to do right now, when you’re a great name in the mobile phone industry. Known as LG Etna, the handset is being showcased at the IFA Trade Fair, at the Vodafone booth.



LG’s first Android phone packs a 3 inch touchscreen display, a 5 megapixel camera, plus Bluetooth and USB connectivity. There’s also a sliding full QWERTY keyboard incorporated, with a very spacious design and an interesting D-pad.

We’ve  heard the name “Etna” before, also as an LG phone, a texting device supposed to be the follow-up to LG Neon. In February, when Neon 2/ Etna got detailed, it was an affordable device coming to AT&T… Is this the same phone?

[via Phandroid]

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