It looks like LG has quietly showcased its very first Android smartphone at IFA 2009 in Berlin last week.
The smartphone we’re talking about is called LG Etna – weird, because I knew that “Etna” was a codename for AT&T’s LG Neon GT365.
Anyway, Chip.de has a live photo of the Android-based LG Etna.
The handset has a 3 inch touchscreen display, a sliding QWERTY keyboard, and it looks pretty nice, as you can see for yourself in the image below:
The phone’s other known features include Bluetooth, USB, and a 5MP camera. The Etna appeared at Vodafone’s IFA boot, which probably means that the giant carrier will soon release the Android handset across Europe.
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