A little over a week ago, we saw a flurry of Windows Phone 7 leaks. One of the devices included in that onslaught was LG's E900, a thin, full touch device. Unfortunately, the blurry nature of the video made it somewhat difficult to totally appreciate the device. Thankfully we've got some clearer photos for you today, along with a few possible specs. The folks at Android.com.pl are responsible for the new photos and have said that the E900 is rocking a 1.3GHz Qualcomm QSD8650A processor that will bring 2D and 3D graphics accleration, HD video capture and playback, and an integrated GPS. Check out a video of both the E900 and Windows Phone 7 in action below.
The E900 definitely looks like a slick little handset, and if it ends up packing a 1.3 GHz chip, that'll just be icing on the cake. After all, while I'm sure that Windows Phone 7 will run smooth on Microsoft's approved hardware, a processor running it at 1,300 megahertz should make it sing. It won't be much longer before we start seeing WP7 handsets hit the market, and I couldn't be more excited. How many of you are looking forward to another mobile OS entering the market?