It seems that the Android operating system is on a roll, now that more handset manufacturers are coming forward to utilize Google’s offering for their own products. And LG has slipped some details of yet another Android phone in the works which is expected to hit the streets by 20 May this year.

Read on to find out more.

If you’re in the mood for upgrading your smartphone and an Android-powered handset is one of the options on your list, you might want to wait until May 20 before making a purchase, because LG has revealed some details about its upcoming Android device.

According to LG, the new smartphone will be known as the LG Ally, and will come with a 3.2 inch touchscreen, a sliding QWERTY keyboard and will be loaded with Android OS 2.1. In addition, the Ally will supposedly have 3G cellular-wireless networking, support for microSD cards, a built-in camera with flash and a GPS receiver.

However, no information about the Ally’s processor was revealed, although it is highly possible that LG might slap a Snapdragon into the device due to the company’s claims that the device will support animated wallpapers, a feature which has only been seen on Android devices with 1GHz processors.

Source: TG Daily