LG GW880 is the second Android smartphone made by the Asian company and we learn that it runs a customized version of the Android OS, courtesy of China Mobile. This device doesn’t sport a hardware QWERTY keyboard like the first LG Android phone, GW620.



We’ve learned that this device packs a 3.5 inch WVGA touchscreen display, a 5 megapixel camera, GPS and support for TD-SCDMA connectivity and CMMB (China Multi Media Broadcasting). Expect the handset to be available in China by the end of this month, without an official price just yet.


[LG via Unwired View]

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