LG's First Android Phone Will Be Iron Man's Ally
May 3, 2010, 1:06 PM by Philip Berne
LG today announced upcoming availability of its first Android phone, the LG Ally. The Ally will be marketed in conjunction with the new Iron Man 2 movie, coming to theaters this weekend, though the phone will be available on May 20. LG is emphasizing the augmented reality app that will be bundled with the phone, which adds enhanced visual content on the phone's display when the camera is pointed at specific objects. Specifically, buyers will get a special edition Iron Man 2 comic book that will feature a variety of augmented scenes. Specific carrier details and pricing have yet to be announced. For the original Iron Man, LG also produced a special edition LG Shine plated in 18 karat gold.
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What a waste...
I really did not like Lucky Goldstar's early GSM phones either = 'very' cheap/flimsy (C1300,...