LG E900 appears in 20 minutes video, to be called Optimus 7

By on September 24, 2010 at 10:36 AM.

LG E900 appears in 20 minutes video, to be called Optimus 7

It looks like the LG E900 has made a quick pit stop in the Czech Republic for a not-so-quick video appearance. Blog mobilmania.cz has posted a twenty minute video walkthrough of the yet-to-be-released Windows Phone 7 device; complete with narration in the sweet, dulcet tones of Czech. The device, which we’ve only known as the E900, is referred as the Optimus 7 several times… so we learn that. The video is after the break. Have a look for yourself.

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LG E900 rocking 1.3 GHz Snapdragon processor?

By on August 31, 2010 at 8:20 AM.

LG E900 rocking 1.3 GHz Snapdragon processor?

The folks over at android.com.pl have gotten their hands on some rather stunning images of the LG E900; LG’s first full-touchscreen Windows Phone 7 device. While the images are great, what may be more surprising is some of the specifications that the site reports. The 3.7-inch TFT screen, cloaked in Windows Phone 7, will be powered the QSD8650A Snapdragon chipset. Other than a mind-boggling 1.3 GHz processor, the chipset also packs: 2D acceleration, 3D graphics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, integrated GPS, and HD video recording/playback. No wonder OEMs used to stick this same chip in netbooks! It’s all hearsay at this point, but we would love to see how WP7 performs with 1,300 megahertz pulling it along. Come to think of it, we wouldn’t mind seeing any smartphone OS running on a 1.3 GHz chip.

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LG E900 Windows Phone 7 device seen on YouTube

By on August 23, 2010 at 8:20 AM.

LG E900 Windows Phone 7 device seen on YouTube

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.

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