LG has just officially announced their first Windows Phone 7 device, the LG E900.
Also known as the LG Optimus, this QWERTY side-sliding smartphone comes with a unique media sharing feature allowing users to send media content such as HD videos, music and photos to DLNA compliant devices “directly from the phone’s media galleries” via WiFi. This will apparently be one of its highlighted features apart from having Windows Phone 7 as its OS. Here's what they share about this new feature and the LG Optimus 7:
“This unique feature is a direct response to the growing need for technologies that empower users to share multimedia content across electronic devices,” said Mr. Seong-jin Park, Vice President of Mobile Handset R&D Center at LG Electronics Inc. “LG Optimus 7 smartphones will be at the center of a complete entertainment experience, representing LG’s leadership in mobile convergence.”
It’s other specs are still yet to be known, but we are expecting to hear more about the LG Optimus 7 in the coming weeks especially since it’s scheduled to roll before 2010 comes to a close. As to where and how much it’ll cost, that’s also something we’ll all have to look forward to in their next press release.