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LG ElectronicsLG GW880 mobile phone : If you are waiting for an LG Android mobile phone, but you do not have the GW660 on your wish-list, you will have to remember that patience is a virtue! It seems LG hasn’t really made a jump start just yet, so for now, you will have to settle for the GW660. Unless….. you live in China, since a second Android smartphone has appeared on the Chinese continent: the LG GW880. According to recent information, it really is a Chinese LG mobile phone, however, before long, new LG Android phones will start to appear in other countries too. The LG GW880 is a smartphone that runs on the Android OS, although the exact version is not yet clear at this time, and includes 3G support and GPS navigation.
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LG mobile phone with touchscreen display
The touch screen of the LG GW880 mobile phone appears to be similar in many aspects to the previously introduced GW660. The touch screen has a large size, 3.5-inch, and features a WVGA quality resolution (800x480 pixels). This makes the format of the LG GW880's screen differ from that of the GW660. Mobile photography also belongs to the possibilities, as the LG GW880 phone features a 5 Megapixel camera. Geotag fans are able to get started straight away with the built-in GPS navigation system.

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LG GW880 mobile phone for China
The new LG GW880 Android phone features enhanced multimedia functions. Various Android Apps can be downloaded via the special China Mobile App Store, although the optimal multimedia experience is provided by the built-in China Multi Media Broadcasting TV tuner. The LG GW880 mobile phone will most likely not support Wi-Fi, due to strict Chinese law regulations when it comes to communication.

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