LG C900 For AT&T Spotted With Windows Phone 7

Still like windows phone, still like full QWERTY, still want to be stuck on AT&T? Well we have the phone for you. The LG C900 is a rounded landscape slider equipped with a four-row keyboard and a simplified two-button capacitive layout beneath the screen paired with a chrome Windows key. This one is sporting some carrier branding from AT&T in the software, on the home screen. Engadget does not like the matte plastic in the front, but we kind of like it, it is a nice change of look for a Windows Phones which were primarily black and sharp in look. New look for a new OS.

Source: Engadget

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AGRS Editor-in-chief

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  1. […] Posted by Zephaniah Washington on August 25, 2010 · Leave a Comment  The Boy Genius Report claims that the LG E900 is actually the LG Pacific that might be one it the same with the LG Pacific that Microsoft product manager Greg Sullivan name dropped in a Pocket Lint pice from late July. Some how this phone flew under our radar. This appears to be a luxurious less QWERTY phone, in other words it feels more like a device that Microsoft would give out at a Windows Phone 7 conference, than a release phone. Though the very thin and minimalistic look is nice and modern, though we can’t say we love how rounded the device is. Here is rather blurry YouTube video of the device by abcod112 on YouTube. Oh and if you like a full QWERTY check out the LG C900. […]

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