The good news: LG is finally getting into the Android game, and on Verizon, no less (just like we first told you). The ho-hum news: It's doing so with the Ally. And as this leaked slide deck shows, the Ally will be available for preorder on Thursday, and fully on sale starting May 20. Pricing still has yet to be announced (or leaked, for that matter).
OK, OK. We shouldn't be down on a phone that nobody's actually touched yet. And it does have a decent Qualcomm MSM7627 processor running at 600MHz, 512MB of ROM and 256MB of RAM. And all that's pushing a 3.2-inch WVGA touchscreen. So we're talking part for the course these days on a slightly smaller than awesome screen. Sure, Android 2.1 is nice, and a 3.2-megapixel camera is passable. But we'll have to see about LG's custom interface atop Eclair, and we can't help but wonder how long until it might (if ever) get a Froyo update. So until we get our hands on this guy, we're going to continue to shrug. [via BGR]
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