Following the Samsung Cetus i917 leak earlier today, we now have photos of yet another Windows Phone 7-powered device headed to AT&T. This time the handset is made by LG and it's called the C900. Sure, not quite as good a name as Cetus, but we're not going to worry about the name until the phone is actually released. You can see that the C900 has a sliding, four row QWERTY keyboard and some carrier branding on the OS itself. There's not much else we know about the phone, but it looks like AT&T fans will have a good selection of WP7 handsets in the future.
Considering the Samsung Cetus that we saw earlier was a full touch device, it's nice to see a Windows Phone 7 handset with a full QWERTY keyboard, as well. I'm not sure that I'm a huge fan of having the Windows key below the Back and Search buttons, but I'll wait to pass judgment until I actually handle the phone. Until then, we'll all just have to look over the photos to help pass the time until November.