LG C900 Windows Phone 7 with AT&T Carrier Branding Spotted

Another smartphone leak has been spotted. Earlier we caught a glimps of the T-Mobile G2. Now it’s time for the LG C900 Windows Phone 7 smartphone.

The LG C900 is a Windows Phone 7 device that has a slide out QWERTY keyboard. It is ideal for those who prefer not to use a virtual keyboard on the Cetus for example.

The device it’s self is quite rounded in features. It has the regular three buttons below the screen (a requirement from Microsoft [MSFT]), and looks to have a screen about 3.7 inches in size.

The QWERTY keyboard has 4 rows of keys. One of the striking things we see in this image (maybe not striking, but surprising things) is that the AT&T [T] logo can be seen on the home screen of Windows Phone 7. All past image captures of Windows Phone 7 devices have given no clues to as what network they will be available on.

Of course there are no details as to when this device will launch (if it launches at all). We’ll also watch this one to see how it develops.

Via: Engadget

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