The LG C900 has been outed by a Bluetooth SIG filing as having a September 28th launch date here in the U.S. The C900, which will be released by carrier AT&T, is a Windows Phone 7 full-QWERTY slider device that will be LG’s first swing at a WP7 handset. The handset will also be released internationally as the C900B, C900K, and C900N. The device certainly has been making the rounds in the last few days. We were dropped a tip of the devices existence, shortly after Engadget was sent an image (seen above), and now this Bluetooth SIG filing has been released. What do you think? Does the September 28th date hold water?
We know the full-QWERTY, horizontal-slider C900 will be LG’s first Windows Phone 7 device to debut here in the States. However, it looks like a full touch-screen iteration of the C900, labeled the E900, exists as well; possibly headed to Europe. The E900 gets a 6:20 walkthrough on YouTube courtesy of Mr. BlurryCam. The top and sides of the device have that Samsung Captivate look to them while the bottom is more rounded and contains the required Back, Home, and Search keys. Hit the jump, check out the video, and let us know what you think of the hardware.