Remember the LG Etna Android phone that was spotted at the IFA event in Germany? Well, LG has finally decided to make it official and announce it to the rest of the world.

LG GW620

LG is letting everybody know that their first ever Android phone will now be called the GW620 dumping the Etna name in the process. They unfortunately didn’t go into detail as to what its specs are, but it was, however, confirmed to come with a 3-inch display in line with the earlier report. As such is the case, we’re assuming that the 5-megapixel autofocus camera and Bluetooth connectivity are both still there as well. The full press release can be found here.

The LG GW620 will be hit select markets in Europe in the last quarter of this year with no specific mention of it becoming available outside the region. With LG looking to move up the rankings, we highly doubt they’ll limit the availability of their first Android smartphone to just Europe only, but who knows, maybe they have something better planned for the North American market.