Verizon Picks LG Android Phone As its Latest Ally
Verizon Wireless today officially announced the LG Ally, the first Android handset in the U.S. from LG. The Ally is a sideways slider that strongly resembles the enV Touch at first glance. It has a 3.2-inch hardened glass capacitive display with 800 x 480 pixels; a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, autofocus, and video capture; Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Wi-Fi and GPS; and supports spoken turn-by-turn directions. The Ally runs Android 2.1, and has five customizable home screens. It supports microSD cards up to 16GB. Verizon Wireless said the Ally will be available for pre-order starting May 13, and will arrive in Verizon retail stores on May 20. It will cost $100 after mail-in rebate with new agreement.
Sucks that the Ally has 5 homescreens and the Droid only has 3
What is the deal with the Droid only having 3 home screens and the Ally having 5!!! This isn't fair!!!
PandaHome gives you up to 11 screens, Helix Launcher gives you 7 screens and puts the phone, m...
I think its atHome or something similar.
The cool thing about android is... if you find something you don't like, o...
ok here's the thing...
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i will admit i dislike verizon from experience. however, i feel big red needs to dump LG because all their phones are junk. Had a quite a few models and they all failed over and over. Brand new LG phones from corpor