The LG GW620 until this point has been dwarfed by various other Android devices that are about to hit the market. It’s just hard to compete against the marketing that’s went into the Motorola Droid and HTC Droid Eris devices as of late. With that being said the GW620 now has its own official mini-site.
The page still needs some work, but there are several video demos of the Smartphone, a few standard stock photos, a user manual and a download friendly spec sheet.
The main specs that will interest most users are quad-band GSM, UMTS (900/2100), WiFi and Bluetooth. It also comes in two flavors of internal memory at 2GB and 4GB with a MicroSDHC card slot for 16GB upgrade possibilities.
The GW620 also features a 5MP autofocus camera with a built-in LED flash and offers a 3 inch HVGA resistive panel display (come on LG where’s the capacitive capabilities!). The system also features Google Android 1.5 with a specialized S-Class UI running on top courtesy of LG’s own programming team.
The device according to LG will arrive in “select European markets” before 2009 ends. [Slashgear via LG GW620]