Conclusion: So how friendly did we find LG's little Android handset? The GW620 was amicable enough on the surface, with nice hardware and a great interface making us feel all warm and fuzzy. Unfortunately it left us feeling less than friendly after wasting time with our emails and trying to connect the handset to a computer via USB. The LG GW620 is trying, it really is. It's not a bad handset, and it's full of nice ideas that just didn't seem to work quite well enough for us.
Excerpt: Released in November 2009, the LG GW620 is the first of its kind. Also widely known as the LG Eve, LG came out with its first android phone in an already crazy cell phone market. A beauty in its own, the phone has gained a lot of publicity right after its launch. With the consumer's ever increasing appetite for social networking, the company got off with its new venture at the nick of time.
Summary: It might be far from being the perfect Android phone, the LG GW620 InTouch Max’s budget price point and pleasing form factor make it well worthy of consideration if you’re watching the pennies.
Excerpt: The LG GW620 is a budget Android smartphone running Android 1.5. It's aimed at those who want to try out Android but don't want to spend a lot of money. It comes with good hardware specs and a QWERTY keypad as well. Learn all about the LG GW620...
Conclusion: Memory is one of the most vital aspects of the mobile phones. The wide range of applications in a smart phone can be supported only with a good memory back up. LG Etna GW620 features built in memory as well as expandable memory that can be expanded up to 16 gigabytes. With such a huge memory backup, the user can load numerous music files, video files, images, etc. Those who love gaming, they can also download different exciting games and store them on the memory.
Pros: 5 MP snapper with high quality images, Affordable Price tag, Android OS
Cons: Some users do not favour resistive touch screen
Excerpt: The LG GW620 comes packed with features including Wi-Fi, GPS and 3G support. It has a reasonably sized 3 inch screen and a 5 megapixel camera with flash. It has all standard ports, using a 3.5mm jack for headphones and a microUSB port. The LG has 150MB of internal memory and comes with a 2GB microSD card.
Excerpt: The LG GW620 is a side-slider handset, following the relative success of handsets like the KS360 and GW520 from LG. These handsets all have something in common: they aren't the highest spec devices, but they do offer a decent keyboard and a competitive range of features at an affordable price. Formerly known as the Etna , and now known as the InTouch Max , we'll stick to calling it the GW620.
Pros: Keyboard, compact, affordable, camera performance
Cons: Poor video offering, resistive touchscreen, can be laggy at times
Summary: Como notas finais, podemos dizer-vos que este GW620 apesar de apresentar algumas falhas, acaba por não comprometer. A comparação com os topos de gama da HTC que vos sugerimos no início deste teste revelou-se até algo injusta . Para primeira aventura no mundo Android a LG não se saiu nada mal.