LG Optimus Pro revealed – QWERTY Android 2.3 business phone

Yet another new LG Android phone has been spotted, with the hardware maker the latest to try its hand at creating a BlackBerry-like QWERTY smartphone. The LG Optimus Pro C660 runs Android 2.3 on a 2.8″ QVGA screen, with a 3megapixel camera around the back.

There’s no news as to the internal processor, but it’s unlikely to be anything particularly powerful on a little handset like this.

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Link via AndroidWorld.it which has a few more shots of the Optimus Pro from other angles, plus even one of it switched on and ready for business – and they say it’s already on sale in Italy at around €179.

UPDATE:
A Flickr user has uploaded a few other high-res pics and a rough spec sheet, too. From back in June.

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  1. Neostar

     /  July 12, 2011

    These small QWERTY phones are great for normal daily uses, especially if you don’t want to bring a big media mobile around ;)

    Reply
  2. hecatae

     /  July 12, 2011

    800mhz MSM7227T cpu and 256mb ram according to GsmArena announcement

    Reply
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