LG is certainly getting behind Windows Phone 7, as evidenced by the leaks of both the C900 and its keyboard-less brother, the E900. Now we have another LG handset running Microsoft's new mobile OS to add to the list, but this time the photos come from a slightly more official source. The LG GW910, which we've seen in the past as the Panther, has just passed through the FCC with some pretty good external and internal photos of the device. There's not much else to go on from the FCC filing, although we do know that the GW910 is cleared for use on AT&T's network. Chalk another WP7 phone up to AT&T!
I don't know about you, but I think that the GW910 is one of the most handsome devices running Windows Phone 7 that we've seen yet. It's disappointing that the handset isn't actually powered on in the photos, but that's the trade-off for getting such clear photos, I suppose. So now we've got the GW910, C900, E900, Cetus, and another random Samsung handset running WP7. Who ya got?