LG has launched its first Android smartphone in Australia that comes with a slide out QWERTY keyboard. The GW620 will also come with a 3-inch touchscreen and 3.5mm audio jack to connect your favourite pair of headphones.
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LG says that the GW620 will provide quick access to networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter via its Social Networking Manager (SNM). This allows a user to update their status, check out their Tweets, and send messages through the phones ‘Linkbook’ interface.
In addition, the GW620 has a ‘Auto Face-Tagging’ and ‘Face to Action’ technology that makes it easy for a user to uploaded or share images. It also supports DivX and Xvid files, while the 3.5-mm audio jack connects your favourite headset.
LG Australia’s General Manager, Mobile Communication, Nathan Dunn said, “The LG GW620 is our first Android phone and we’re very proud of its social networking capabilities. It has become increasingly important for many Australians to connect via the internet to a growing number of social networking sites, providing a convenient way to keep in touch with family, friends and co-workers. The LG GW620 has been designed to ensure that users will be better connected than ever before.”
The LG GW620 is available now through Crazy John’s dealers ($299 Prepaid) and Telechoice dealers on a $29 Cap plan.