LG Snapdragon-based Android smartphone set to arrive; launch likely by Q2 of 2010

November 6, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With a slew of Snapdragon-Androids doing the rounds, LG too seems to be hopping on to the bandwagon. We hear the company will soon have on its racks its version of a new Snapdragon-based Android smartphone.


While we are yet to get hold of full details on LG’s plans, we learn that the possible launch date could be sometime during the second quarter of 2010. The grapevine has it that Korea will get the first taste of the LG Snapdragon-based Android smartphone.

LG is yet to christen its upcoming product. A bit of eaves dropping reveals before us that the LG Snapdragon-based Android smartphone might incorporate mobile digital TV technology into the smartphone.  Considering that LG is eyeing the Korea market for an aggressive launch, it is only natural that the mobile digital TV technology would be a feature in the new Snapdragon-based Android smartphone. It is a known fact that the mobile digital TV technology is immensely popular in that part of the world. Sadly, that’s all we know is that LG has preferred to keep all specifications on the phone under wraps. We just hope the company will reveal details as days go by.

Meanwhile, a statement from a senior official at LG has hinted that the upcoming Snapdragon-based Android smartphone would be a much mature device than the recently unveiled LG GW620 Eve. Join us as we wait for more details to flow in.

(Via Slashgear)

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