Another LG Windows Phone 7 device has appeared in the wild, only a few days after we saw the LG C900 for AT&T.
The new handset is the LG E900 – it doesn’t have a QWERTY keyboard, like the C900, but it looks better overall.
The handset’s features have not been disclosed, but we do know that the display is a WVGA one (this xml file found at LG’s website says so). There’s also a photo camera with flash on the back of the device.
It’s said that the E900 will be launched in Europe, so we could see it hitting the shelves sometime in October. Until then, enjoy the blurry (and silent) video below, which shows Windows Phone 7 running smoothly on the unannounced LG smartphone:
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