Last week we heard all about the upcoming Motorola CLIQ Android device coming to T-Mobile USA and this week kicks off with some more Android phone news. LG announced the upcoming LG-GW620 that will be available in the fourth quarter of this year in Europe. This is LG's first Android smarphone and follows on the heels of their Windows Mobile announcement stating that at least 13 new smartphones will be released over the next 16 months running the Windows Mobile OS.
LG did not give out many details on their QWERTY slider form factor Android device, other than a 3 inch touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard. The Boy Genius Report speculates that other specifications include a 5 megapixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, and HSDPA (these three wireless technologies are really a given in today's smartphones). There is no word on US availability of this device.