LG unveiled its first smartphone based on Google's Android platform on Monday. The LG-GW620 is full touchscreen device with a slide-out keyboard, very similar in form factor to the HTC Touch Pro2. While LG makes nice hardware, the big challenge here still rests with Android, which continues to trail other touchscreen smartphones in the market. I discussed the destiny of Google Android with TechVi host Randall Bennett and PC Magazine's Brian Heater on Monday's episode of TechVi. You can watch the eight-minute video below:
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