Having recently released its GM750 and GD510 POP phones, reports have reached us that LG is working on a new mobile phone that will not only incorporate the Android operating system but will be based on the very powerful Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm.
The proposed mobile phone is still largely a mystery but if it is based upon the Qualcomm CPU, running at a swift 1GHz, then it is sure to be feature packed. As it is, the company has already declared that the new design will be "more mature" than the recently released GW620 Eve Android handset, according to the Slashgear website.
At the moment, only two other mobile phones have currently been announced that will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU. The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 has only just been revealed for an imminent launch onto the market while the Acer Liquid A1 handset was the first design to be confirmed as a host.
The new LG phone will be initially launched into Korea during early next year with other territories possibly to follow later. No prices were mooted.
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