The Windows-Powered LG Optimus 7
Windows 7 is the way to bounce back for Microsoft in the mobile OS market. LG pitches in a smart idea or two, or even seven--and together they create LG Optimus 7.
The LG booth at Berlin offered a preview for its Windows 7 Phone, the manufacturer’s first in the next generation of its mobiles. We need not rely on image leaks anymore as LG Optimus 7’s forthcoming was confirmed at IFA.
What LG shone the spotlight on is the Optimus 7’s DNLA flick technology. LG Global’s press release said, “This unique media file-sharing technology will be embedded in upcoming LG Optimus 7 smartphones, which go on sale early in the fourth quarter of this year,”
Also coded as LG E900, the Optimus 7 was made compatible for the mobile OS by the integration of a Windows key, a search button and a back button in the smartphone, which Microsoft required in running the OS.
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