Earlier today we posted a new, un-blurry leaked photo of LG's E900 Windows Phone 7 device, as well as a video of the handset powered on. Now we've got a photo and a video of the E900's brother, the keyboard-packing C900, as well. The folks at Android.com.pl, the same people we have to thank for the E900 leak, say that the C900 is packing a 1.3GHz QSD8650A Snapdragon inside a mostly metal frame. The device has a 3.2-inch screen, as well, and will probably be known as "Pacific" when it hits AT&T, possibly at the end of September. Check out the video of the C900 booting up below.
Both the C900 and E900 look like pretty slick little handsets, especially if they are indeed running at 1.3 GHz. I'm glad to see that LG is getting behind Windows Phone 7, which is evidenced by these two handsets as well as the GW910, aka Panther. Let's just hope that the rumored September 28th launch date is true, because I need to get my hands on this device as soon as possible.