Used mobile phones could be sold for LG Ally
14 May 2010 — 1:28 PM
Technology firm LG has released its first Android handset, which could encourage people to trade in their used mobile phones.
The LG Ally was launched this week in New York and consumers got to witness displays showing the new features of the device, which include a full body touchscreen and slide-out qwerty keyboard.
Customers who purchase the Ally will be able to download an augmented reality app, which will show various 3D pictures on the screen when certain images are held up to the model's camera.
Those at the launch of the event also got to see concept handsets as part of LG's Design of the Future Challenge, which gave a glimpse of the technology that could become part of the mobile phones of tomorrow.
Fans of LG who pick up the new Ally can also use the firm's website to download games and other apps, including mobile versions of popular PC games like Worms 2010, Doom 2 RPG and MySims.
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