Being one of the OEM hardware partners of Microsoft, LG Electronics is getting major press buzz with their Windows Phone 7-powered LG Optimus 7, one of the company’s best and fastest WP7 cell phone in production. First unveiled at IFA 2010, the new phone’s future looks promising.
Korea Economic Daily released the technical specs of the Optimus 7 yesterday. The LG Optimus 7, also known as the LG E900, is another slab-design Windows Phone 7 handset that sports a 1GHz processor, a very fast processor that ensures a smoother and better mobile experience, especially to those who love playing mobile game apps. It also has a decent 3.8-inch WVGA screen that is capacitive and full multi-touch display.
LG Optimus 7 is hand-friendly because it only measures 125 x 59.8 x 11.5mm. It has the standard Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, and GPS with digital compass.
It will also wield a 5-megapixel camera that can record HD movies up to 720p resolution. Furthermore, the camera of the LG Optimus 7 will support 360 panoramic picture-taking. It will ship with 16 Gb of built-in flash storage.
The huge built-in storage is double than that of other Windows Phone 7 phones from HTC like the HTC Mondrian! LG Optimus 7 will also have a 1500 mAh battery which is just excellent because you get a longer battery life.
One last ace up for LG Optimus 7 is the rumored inclusion of a Text-To-Speech software from LG. If this is true, it’s another sweet selling point for it. Remember that Microsoft announced 10 different handsets from LG, Samsung, HTC (HTC HD7 included) and Dell for Windows Phone 7 launch on October 21, 2010. LG might have an easier time selling WP7 phones if it comes with unique features!