LG GW910 Windows Phone 7 mobile outed

New effort follows C900 stablemate, spied yesterday

Another WP7 device coming out of Korea, but this time with FCC approval.

LG clearly fancies itself as the ultimate Windows Phone 7 purveyor. Following on from yesterday’s leak of the LG C900, now the FCC has unveiled the LG GW910.

This natty number rocks a QWERTY slider too, although this one doesn’t have the same isolated keys as its C900 sibling. There’s the must-have Windows button down below, as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack and a 5 megapixel snapper round the back.

Related links:
- Windows Phone 7 line up confirmed
- Windows Phone 7 review: first look and hands-on review
- LG C900 Windows Phone 7 handset spotted

The FCC has posted a slew of shots, but none of them show the device fired up and ready to roll. However, on this evidence it seems LG’s Windows line-up will be mighty strong when the OS lands later this year.

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Via Phonescoop