we already know, today is going to be a big day for Windows Phone
7. But, ahead of the New York City launch event, we have details on a
new WP7 device for both LG and Samsung, courtesy
of Engadget and Slashgear,
up, the LG Optimus 7. The new device was made official a bit ahead of
schedule, thanks to LG's UK-based blog. And while much of this is not
new information, here are the Optimus' prime features:
hinted that the Optimus line would sport NVIDIA's dual-core
Tegra 2 processors. But it is unclear whether the Optimus 7 will be
one of those devices. When
LG unveiled it's entry-level, Froyo-touting Optimus S, no
indication of a dual-core processor was present. It would be hard to
imagine a dual-core smartphone running only $50. This has cast a
shadow on LG's plans for the Optimus line.
Samsung Omnia 7, on the other hand, sports a slightly larger screen,
and half the onboard storage of the Optimus 7. Here are the Omnia's
pricing or availability has been announced for either device yet, but
the Windows Phone launch event is set to begin at 9:30 a.m. EST, so
quote: The UI looks crap.
quote: UI might be subjective, but being unique doesn't mean it's good either.