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By David Ponce
There’s been a lot of talk lately about Windows Phone 7, though we haven’t ourselves really pointed out any one handset in particular. It’s time we did, and the LG Optimus 7 is a prime example. In this short article we’re going to go over a few of the salient features and specs on this phone, mindful that it’s running the newest kid on the block operating system, Windows Phone 7.
The LG Optimus 7 has some impressive hardware. Aside from its 720p video recording, it boasts a 5MP digital camera with “Intelligent Shot, which lets users take the perfect photo without having to adjust camera settings, and Panoramic Mode for stitching together a full 360-degree landscape scene.” There’s 16GB internal memory, along with a generous 1500mAh battery and a 3.8inch WVGA LCD display with an 800X480 pixel resolution.
But hardware isn’t everything. On the software front, you have to remember that if Microsoft does everything right, it will be able to integrate its many services and create a seamless experience. This means Xbox Live and Zune integration. As the press release says: “Consumers will have direct access to their favorite games and music, bringing all entertainment devices together for more convenient enjoyment.”
We could go on for a bit about the LG Optimus 7, but we’ll stop here. Suffice it to say, the new kid on the block comes with lots of shining features and LG does a great job of taking advantage of everything available. Whether this will translate into solid sales and catch up to Android, Blackberry and iOS remains to be seen, and here’s hoping we don’t see another “Kin” story…