UPDATED: LG C900 is a slide-out QWERTY phone headed to the "premier carrier" for Windows Phone 7 devices

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UPDATED: LG C900 is a slide-out QWERTY phone headed to the
The LG C900 is so far the first phone to visually confirm with a branded tile on the homescreen, that it will be entering the AT&T Windows Phone 7 launch lineup. It is a rounded device that has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and soft-touch black plastic all over it. The C900 is thus a different species than the aluminum HTC Schubert or the Samsung Cetus with its 4” AMOLED screen, both of which, rumor has it, will also end up on AT&T.

AT&T wants to position itself as the “premier carrier” for WP7 handsets and, with the LG C900, it looks like the carrier will have at least three phones to assault the holiday market come November. Nothing wrong with choice as we know for sure the handsets will sport a minimum of 1GHz chipsets with 5MP cameras, due to Windows Phone 7's basic requirements.

source: Engadget

**UPDATE**: A blurry video has surfaced showing another one of those five Windows Phone 7 handsets that that LG promised to issue by the end of the year. The LG E900 seems to be deprived of a physical keyboard, but with a larger screen than the C900. Video quality is rather low, but it does show WP7 in action, so it might be worth checking it out beneath.

source: Engadget



1. DonkeyPunched

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This is a pretty old post from Engadget...

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