Windows Phone 7 handset made by LG gets snapped

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Windows Phone 7 handset made by LG gets snapped
A French Microsoft employee is said to be behind the posting on Flickr of an LG Windows Phone 7 model. While we might not know the specs of this specific handset, we do know the minimum hardware requirements for the OS. That means the pictured device should be running a 1GHz processor. Hmm, can we think of the name of such a beast? It should be a snap. The phone probably has a capacitive touchscreen with no less than 8GB of memory. Other features that are necessary for this to be a Windows Phone 7 unit include an accelerometer, a camera with at least 5MP and flash, a-GPS, a digital compass and light and proximity sensors. As HTC HD2 owners sadly found out, to be running Windows Phone 7, this LG model can have only 3 buttons for "back", "Windows" and "search"-all on the front. The first batch of phones powered by the new finger friendly OS will be available later this year and might include this beauty from the Korean based manufacturer.

source: Technorati via Slashgear





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