LG C900 Windows Phone 7 handset in the wild

Looks like Engadget’s “source” is on a roll today. After the Samsung Cetus, T-Mobile G2 here comes the LG C900 Windows Phone 7 device. I was the first to reveal the existence of the C900 in April but nobody really cared it seems like nobody really cared back then. The LG C900 looks like the production version of the LG Panther / GW910 with its sliding qwerty keyboard and what looks like a 3.7 capacitive touchscreen. The device pictured also sports a AT&T branded rom. More pictures after the break:

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T-Mobile G2 aka HTC Vision Desire Z in the wild

One more leak for the day. This time it’s the T-Mobile G2 aka HTC Vision aka HTC Desire Z. The device is obviously owned by the same person who just leaked Samsung Cetus shots (the picture were taken on the same desk / table). Nothing to fancy that we haven’t seen before, the design and colors look a bit similar to the recently seen HTC Schubert / Mozart. The T-Mobile G2 is obviously an Android powered device and should feature the same specifications as all the current high-end Android handsets on the market (Snapdragon SoC at 1GHz, 3.7″ screen etc..) . More pictures after the break:

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Samsung Cetus i917 Windows Phone 7 live pictures

The leaks won’t stop! He re are the first live pictures of the Samsung CetusSGH-i917 Windows Phone 7 handset. It looks fairly similar to the Samsung Galaxy S and the screen is definitely AMOLED (most probably Super-AMOLED). The device is expected to launch on AT&T this fall. I wouldn’t be surprised if it had the same specification as the other leaked Samsung WP7 handset we saw last week. More pictures after the break:

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Dell Thunder Hands-on preview

The Engadget boys just got their hands on the two Dell Thunder prototypes we have seen last week and posted a quick hands-on. The most interesting part is that one of the devices apparently features a relatively high-res LCD display (the other one has a regular WVGA LCD). They think that it’s 1280×768 but this is impossible primalary because the maximum display resolution supported by then Qualcomm QSD8x50 Snapdragon is 1280×720. My guess would be WSVGA 1024×600 but I could be wrong. The glass is also slightly curved which seems to be a odd thing especially when is comes to viewing angle performance. The on both device is Android 2.1 and the performances is comparable to any other Snapdragon powered Android handset. Check out the video after the break:

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EA Mobile is waiting before jumping into the Windows Phone 7 bandwagon

If you’ve taken a closer look at the recently revealed list of 60+ games launching on Windows Phone 7 one thing is defenitely to be missing: Electronic Arts. The video gaming Juggernaut isn’t apparently ready to commit its self to Microsoft’s mobile platform and is waiting to see how things pan out this fall before taking any decision.

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