LG Eve Headed to Rogers

lg-mobile-GW620R-front-largescreenLG has announced that their Android-based “Eve” (GW620) handset will be available through an exclusive deal with Rogers Wireless.  Touted as a smart phone  “designed specifically for social networking” it’s available for $49.99 with a 3-year voice/data agreement.   The LG Eve features an app called Social Network Services (SNS) Manager, which ties together a user’sFacebook, twitter, and Bebo account and puts the information in the same place as other (SMS, MMS) messages.

The LG Eve is the smartphone that social networking fans have been waiting for, and we’re so happy to bring it to Canadians before any other market.  Whether it’s managing your Facebook page or downloading one of the thousands of applications, the LG Eve lets you connect to your world, your way. – Colin Bettam, VP marketing, LG Electronics Canada

Other specs found in the Eve are a 3-inch touchscreen, 5 mega-pixel camera with auto-focus and LED Flash, a 5 line QWERTY keypad, Bluetooth 2.0 and WiFi.  For more coverage on the Eve handset, click here.

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  • Brent

    Why is a 3.5 inch screen or better so much to ask for an Android phone?

  • Corey

    3-year voice/data agreement? I've had my phone for 4 months and I can't wait to get a new one.

  • UncleMatt

    Why? Why? Why? are we seeing "targeted" phones?! I just don't get it. For the love of… please just make a decent phone with a base load of Android (that I can easily upgrade) and let **ME** decide what I want to put on the damn thing.

  • johnkzin

    I'd love to see this one on AT&T (for my gf) and T-Mobile (for me).

  • Anon7

    Finally a decent looking Android phone with an actual keyboard. I've been stalling on my first smartphone.. and this is tempting, but I think I'll wait for the Snapdragon-powered devices coming in the next couple months. Also the screen on this is a little small, and I hear it can't run Flash. Though no confirmation on that.

  • Sophie

    I just got this phone yesterday and I love it. I've been using a blackberry pearl for the last 2 year and was looking for a new smartphone. This one is great.

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