LG Optimus 7

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LG Electronics launched its first Windows® Phone 7 device, the LG Optimus 7! Building on Microsoft’s new operating system that offers people the ability to do more in fewer steps, the LG Optimus 7 introduces a new era for smartphones and offers consumers a whole new experience of mobile life.

LG Optimus 7 is a device that has a expansive 3.8 inch WVGA LCD multi-touch capacity touch screen display along with the new Windows Phone 7 operating system, that can capture every detail in a photo with its 800×480 pixels, 16 GB of internal memory storage to store hundreds of MP3 files, hours of video and hundreds of applications and photo. LG Optimus 7 has a 5 megapixel camera capable of record in HD 720p and also offers 16:9 aspect capture and playback for shooting and viewing movies in cinematic style. Best of all is that this cell phone have an 1500mAh removable battery, is very good for hours of internet browsing, e-book reading or game playing, or for simply talking.

In addition to being able to take panoramic photos of 360. Several interesting features are part of LG Optimus 7, as the DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance). This feature lets you share data between electronic devices. You can, for example, show pictures from your smartphone to the TV via a Wi-fi. For this it is clear the two devices must be compatible with the technology. Other interesting resources sharing also involve the presentation of videos, music and even printing files. All via wireless.

Below you can see the video of DLNA feature:

LG has put some more features on your own machine as the ability to convert speech to text messages on Facebook, Twitter and e-mail.

LG Optimus 7 series offers the glance and go experience of Windows Phone 7 combined with unique features only available on the LG devices. Surely fans of LG will have a great cell phone in your hands. Do you liked?

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This post was written by Jeff H.

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