LG GW620 goes on sale as LG Eve, LG prepping an Android Snapdragon as well

06 November, 2009 | Comments (30) | Post your comment

Tags: LG, Android

It seems that the LG GW620 just got outed (exclusively in Canada for the time being) as the LG Eve. We guess Eve will just be a regional naming obviously inspired by the fact that the GW620 is the first Android-powered phone by LG.

The American version of the LG GW620 a.k.a LG Eve will have tri-band HSPA support 7.2 Mbps as opposed to the single band variety prepared for Europe. That (and the name, of course) is the only difference between the European and American versions of LG GW620.

Rogers Wireless have prepped several pricing options for the LG Eve:

  • 50CAD (46USD) on a 3-year plan
  • 300CAD (280USD) for a 2-year plan
  • 350CAD (330USD) for a 1-year plan
  • 400CAD (375USD) with no strings attached



    Today we also got word that LG are developing another Android OS-based phone that will run on the top notching Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1 GHz processor. The device is supposed to see daylight in mid-2010.

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    LG GW620 goes on sale as LG Eve, LG prepping an Android Snapdragon as well - reader comments

    • Olgaaa

    for the LG eve, is the texting a thread message or no?

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    • 2009-12-25 19:28
    • RcFD
    • Mengsk

    I really think Eve got some potential, (not just saying it cause I'm Canadian and its one of few times a phone is released in Canada first) LG have been making some really good progress both with software and hardware. I'm just wondering whats happen...

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    • 2009-11-19 06:04
    • Q%xD
    • Mengsk

    lol? does people even know the price range difference between those two phones? and why is this topic changing from LG EVE to how X10 sucks? seriously people need to think about a weight class of each phones... its not that hard to figure it out....

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    • 2009-11-19 06:00
    • Q%xD