Korean electronics giant LG has announced that it will release an Android mobile phone by Christmas.
The LG Etna KS360, which has been dubbed with the catchy title 'LG GW620', is the first LG mobile phone to employ Google's open source operating system.
Details about the phone were leaked onto the web after it was spotted at an industry expo in Germany.
The South Korean firm has now officially announced the phone and said that the rebranded handset will go on sale in "selected European markets" sometime during the fourth quarter.
Apparently it comes with a five megapixel camera, a touchscreen user interface and "advanced social networking functions".
Android has been doing well in the mobile handset market over the last 10 months and LG has been a bit slow off the mark with it.
The T-Mobile G1 and the HTC Magic have both sold over a million units each worldwide, despite heavy marketing behind the iPhone 3GS and Palm Pre.
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