Last week we saw photos of LG's C900 handset sporting Windows Phone 7 and a sliding QWERTY keyboard. If you prefer a full touchscreen affair, though, you should check out LG's E900. Spotted in a video on YouTube that must have been shot in conjunction with our familiar friend Mr. Blurrycam, the E900 looks to be a pretty thin, minimalist device running Windows Phone 7. Thanks to all of the blur of the video, it's kind of tough to make out any sort of details about the phone and what software is on it, but hey, at least we now have another handset to add to the list of known WP7 devices.
Thanks to the flurry of leaks, photos, and videos that have popped up in the past few weeks, we know much more about potential Windows Phone 7 devices than we did a couple of months ago. Thanks to Microsoft's specifications for what a WP7 handset must contain, some were worried that there wouldn't be enough variety in the devices running the OS. Looking at the Schubert, C900, and Cetus, though, I think it's safe to say that manufacturers will still be able to innovate and create some great hardware.
Via SlashGear, WMPowerUser