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    Reviews - The LG GW620 ? its first Android smartphone

    The Korean electronics giant was late to the Android party so it needed to get it right straight away...
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    Re: Reviews - The LG GW620 ? its first Android smartphone

    not bad, LG have been my favorite phone manufacturer for many many years and i only dropped them as they had no good high end smart phone out at the time (compared to HTC). Good budget phone, so does everything it needs to do, im sure this replaces the cookie quite well and also give those new samsung phones a run for their money!.


    Side note: Was it really that difficult to take the HD2 case off? After 4months of using one ive had to take the panel off a lot due to changing sims/ microsd (its only crashed twice HONEST! ). Not once did i find it hard to take it off, very easy just push the little dip in the side and pull and every other phone has been harder to have a panel removed than the HD2 imo, of course the only good phone was the Renoir which had a button to release the back .
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    Re: Reviews - The LG GW620 ? its first Android smartphone

    Maybe I was just doing it wrong, but if I was it should have been more obvious how to do it right.

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    Re: Reviews - The LG GW620 ? its first Android smartphone

    true true, i found it easy though . However it is your opinion, i bet youve had more phones than i have!.

    Still, good reviews either way.
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    Re: Reviews - The LG GW620 ? its first Android smartphone

    I have always been sceptical about LG phones, chocolate, cookie yucky yucky yucky.

    But this does look promising, depending on whether other operators offers it at a decent price.

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    Re: Reviews - The LG GW620 ? its first Android smartphone

    Can the OS not be upgraded to 2.1? This looks like a big seller if it is half the price on the desire. Good all rounder smart phone with Android OS and qwerty keyboard. Bet to see this popular on pay as you go.

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