LG's global smartphones make a showing

We take a brief overview of the LG smartphones that are available in Europe and Asia but not here in the U.S., including the Android-based LG GW620 and LG GT540, the Windows-based LG GW550 and LG GM750, plus the latest LG GW990 Linux phone.

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CES 2010: LG's global smartphones (photos)

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LAS VEGAS--LG doesn't have much of a smartphone presence here in the U.S., but it does have quite a number of them in Europe and Asia. Here at CES 2010, we finally gotten the chance to take a closer look at these unattainable devices. We've compiled a photo gallery showcasing the two Android smartphones (the LG GW620 and the LG GT540), and two Windows Mobile ones (LG GW550 and the LG GM750).

Though we didn't have a chance to get a hands-on with the recently announced LG GW990, we did get a shot of it behind glass. Click through our slideshow for more information on these phones. Bear in mind that these are not available in the U.S. market and probably won't make it here any time soon.