Photos of the first Android mobile phone from LG have leaked online, as the South Korean mobile giant looks to join the Android gold rush.
Reportedly dubbed the Etna KS360, the new handset was snapped at the Vodafone booth at the IFA show by a German website called Chip Online.
Full specifications have yet to be confirmed but it is known that the mobile will feature a five megapixel camera, Bluetooth support, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and pre-installed Google applications such as Maps and Facebook.
LG’s entry into the market for Android mobiles comes in the wake of huge sales figures for the likes of the T-Mobile G1 and the HTC Magic, both of which have sold over a million units worldwide.
Since then these handsets have been followed by the HTC Hero and the successor to the T-Mobile G1, the T-Mobile G2 Touch.
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