Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone 7 Series’

LG Windows Phone 7 Slider spotted in the wild

18 de May de 2010 Leave a comment

Before yesterday the Windows Phone 7 rumor mill seemed to have slowed down to an underwhelming churn, but with yesterday’s news of the leaked WP7 ROM uncovered by XDA-Developers and what we have in store for you today, it looks like things are starting to pick back up.  SlashGear (via UK site TracyandMatt) has uncovered a photo of an LG WP7 phone that is said to have been taken by a French Microsoft employee and shared on Flickr.

If you’re thinking this phone looks familiar, you’d be right.  It appears to be the Chassis 2 LG QWERTY Slider that we were first introduced to by Aaron Woodman, Director of Consumer Experiences for Microsoft’s mobile division, on the Engadget Show this past March.  Though the slider is not engaged, it’s a dead ringer for the aforementioned prototype and I’d be surprised to hear otherwise.

The device is expected to be sporting the following specs:

  • 1Ghz Snapdragon processor (at a minimum)
  • Capacitive touchscreen
  • 8GB Memory (onboard?)
  • GPS
  • Accelerometer
  • Digital compass
  • light and proximity sensors
  • 5MP Camera w/ flash
  • Required buttons: back, Windows, search

Getting hungry for Windows Phone 7?  let us know below!

Via SlashGear

The thing here is: That Windows key on the middle is ugly 😛 . Seriously now, what do you think of (prepare for very long and uncreative name) Windows Phone 7 Series (ok, it’s done!)? Let us know and enjoy the post at

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HTC Mondrian with 1.3GHz Snapdragon detailed in leaked Windows Phone 7 ROM? — Engadget

17 de May de 2010 Leave a comment

As expected, the official-looking Windows Phone 7 OS ROM leaked over the weekend is already yielding results. Pictured above is an image extracted from the “” Now that could be a generic Windows Phone 7 image or it could be the HTC Mondrian already seen referenced by the 100MB file. The kids at XDA-Developers have also pieced together specs from an ongoing analysis of the registry and RGU files. So far they’ve spotted references to a 4.3-inch WVGA (480×800) display from Optrex and a 1.3GHz QSD8650A/B Snapdragon from Qualcomm — a chipset, you might recall, supporting multi-mode UMTS and CDMA 3G connectivity. It’s also packing a digital compass but seems to lack a keyboard. Mind you, none of this is absolute but it’s very very intriguing.

[Thanks, Andrew]

Could this be the first Windows Phone 7 Series or just a generic thing?

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