have to do with China Mobile's custom version of Google's OS, the OPhone
Platform. And speaking of the Middle Kingdom we just laid our eyes on
the new LG GW880 which is the company's first Android smartphone that
runs the same Android derivative OS that doesn't have Wi-Fi.
Although just a basic smartphone, the new LG GW880 is slated as a
low-cost iPhone competitor thanks to its 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen
display, a 5 megapixel camera and GPS abilities. It supports China's 3G
connection (TD-SCDMA)/EDGE and ss far as the memory is concerned, it
comes with 512 MB ROM/256MB RAM. More to it, since there's no Wi-Fi, the
LG GW880 has got to compensate with Bluetooth connectivity.
We're definitely expecting better from a company like LG with their
future handsets, but if you're interested in the new LG GW880 it should
be available in China sometime soon.