Video of Windows Phone 7 in action and a true image of the LG E900 surface

Video of Windows Phone 7 in action and a true image of the LG E900 surface
A Dutch Microsoft employee has tweeted a more detailed image of the rumored LG E900 Windows Phone 7 device we saw a blurry video of the other day. It looks like a keyboard-deprived variant of the LG C900 more or less, which, in its turn might be called the "Pacific", according to BGR's sources. Does that mean that the LG GW910 will keep its Panther moniker from the times it was developers' darling? Maybe, baby...



Have a look at the clearer pic of the LG E900 on the right, as well as the latest video of the Windows Phone 7's lock screen and interface in action on the above mentioned Panther below.

source: Engadget & PocketNow

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8 Comments

1. Franco unregistered

Thas my next phone, amazing OFFICE INTEGRATION, that´s my focus... search at youtube for windows phone office.. amazing.

2. lfred150 unregistered

What about a CDMA version?? Would love this on Verizon?

3. ilia1986 unregistered

And the question is - what prevented MS to develop this 3 years earlier after the first iPhone came? The technology existed. Pinch-to-zoom, scrolling, capacitive displays, 5MP cameras, etc etc etc. Why now MS? Why now?

5. Phullofphil

Posts: 1823; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

battery and proccesser among other things wow are you a rocket scientist. do you realise how simple apple os is. thats the mistake back then is to complex for the hardwatre and ease of use back then. sombodsy please translate i am drunk.

6. Phullofphil

Posts: 1823; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

why now let me see ....................................oh yeah to make money.

8. ilia1986 unregistered

How bout you try again when you're sober..

4. bobby613 unregistered

wut a waste of screen real estate

7. Phullofphil

Posts: 1823; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

problem i have besides main screen is needed some adjustment is that with all the updateded stuff is battery lifwe.

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