Today LG officially
introduced their first WP7-running handset Optimus 7. You would think
that, being the first company to formally introduce a WP7 handset, the
Koreans will have quite a lot to say about it, but obviously this is
not the case. All LG gave us was a couple of photos of the device and a
few words about its DLNA capabilities.
They even went as far as to remove the Windows logo from the
phone. However the design and the naming leave no doubt that it’s the
formerly known as LG Panther device we are looking at. The Optimus 7
will obviously also be able to stream 720p videos directly to your TV
and that’s about all the info LG were willing to share.
Luckily there were so many
LG Optimus 7 leaks so far that we known pretty much everything there is
to know about it. You can check out its specs page to see what this one will have to offer.
At any rate the Optimus 7 should be in the shops before the end
of the year, so we will have an answer to the final question remaining