Verizon’s Android-powered LG Ally Will Go for Just $100

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Verizon Wireless has just announced plans to offer the LG Ally, an Android OS 2.1-based smartphone that will debut later this month.

The mid-range device will feature a sliding keyboard, 3.2-inch touchscreen, 4 GB of storage, and a 3.2 megapixel camera.

LG Ally from Verizon with Google Android OSThe Ally is going to be available for pre-order tomorrow on Verizon’s website, and be released in this carrier’s stores on May 20. 

It will sell for $100 after a $100 mail-in rebate and with a new or renewed two-year agreement.

Overview of the LG Ally
This smartphone will be a slider, a 3.2-inch WVGA (800 x 480) Touchscreen and a landscape-oriented QWERTY keyboard.

The LG Ally is going to run Google Android OS 2.1 on a 600 MHz processor. It will have 256 MB of RAM, plus it will be bundled with a 4 GB microSD memory card

LG has created a slightly modified version of Google’s standard user interface for this model (see here), which will include some additional widgets, including one that displays Facebook and Twitter feeds.

The smartphone will also include the standard suite of Android software, including a WebKit-based browser, Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps, among other features. It will also offer Exchange ActiveSync.

Naturally, the LG Ally will support Verizon’s voice and 3G (EV-DO Rev. A) data networks. The device will also include Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth 2.1 and GPS.

It will have a a 3.2 megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash, and software for making basic image edits

Overall, it will be 4.6 x 2.2 x 0.6 inches, and weigh 5.6 ounces. 

Source: Verizon



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