The LG Ally was one of the first Android handsets from the Korean manufacturer to see a US release. The QWERTY slider came to Verizon in the spring of 2010 as a mid-range smartphone geared towards those looking for a solid media and messaging hanfset. The LG Ally sports a 600MHz processor and packs a 3.2-inch WVGA display and 3.2MP camera.
The LG Ally comes with Google's suite of mobile applications and access to the Android Market, opening up endless possibilities for its users. The handset fills the niche for a low-cost device with a physical keyboard on Verizon, offering an alternative to high-end devices such as the Droid series.