LG Windows Phone 7: Screenshot Unveiled On Flickr

By Jamie Pert - May 18, 2010

A picture of LG’s Windows Phone 7 device has been shared on photo sharing website Flickr, supposedly by a French Microsoft employee. The picture shows the the employee holding the device which previews the home screen, featured with the time, the date and day.

Not much is known about the LG device as of yet, but what we can tell you is that it has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard (not shown on the photo). Microsoft do have a minimum requirement for their Windows Phone 7 devices, therefore sources suggest that it will feature a 1GHz processor and 8GB memory.

Other requirements that Microsoft state is that it must have the globally known Windows button, and a search button. Evidence also points to the use of a touchscreen capability (it would be wrong not to right?). As we hear more about this mystery handset we will keep you posted, for more information check out the source link below.

The Windows Phone 7 devices are expected to hit the shops around Christmas this year, will you be purchasing one?

Source: SlashGear

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  • i consider it was a bit rushed, and disregarded some features that not many people speak about. Everyone knows that the majority new smartphones have internet, so why show that fundamental function at its bear minimum. Scroll up scroll down zoom in zoom out. Really? which new cellphone doesnt try this? How bout speak about how the text rearranges itsself. Also the texting, very poor review. Why didnt you mention you should use the mic and textual content with your voice? Left out ALOT of other more vital features