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LG Optimus 7 – A Windows Phone 7 Review

As mentioned earlier, LG collaborated with Microsoft to develop the Windows Phone 7 in 2008, and the result is the LGOptimus 7 (model: LG-E900) smartphone which claims to be most optimized for the new mobile platform. The Optimus series are designed as “multi-tainment” phones that aim to provide superior multimedia and entertainment for consumers. The Optimus 7 is one of the two phones based onWindows Phone 7 OS; the other is the Optimus 7Q – whereby the “Q” denotes the presence of a QWERTY keyboard – and is scheduled to be available by end of this year.

For those who are interested in the phone’s hardware specifications,

  LG Optimus 7 (LG-E900)
Memory  4GB NAND/4GB SDRAM (16GB internal)
Screen size  3.8-inch
Display Resolution  800×480
Camera  5.0-Megapixel with LED flash
Connectivity  3.5mm audio, micro-USB, 802.11b/g/n,
   Bluetooth 2.1, GPS
Expansion Slot  N.A
Battery  3.7V 1500mAh 5.6Whr rechargeable
Battery Life  Up to 350 hour standby time; 
   Up to 24 hour talk time 
Platform  Windows Phone 7 OS
Dimensions  125x 59.8 x 11.5mm
Weight  157g

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