Well, it would seem that either LG or Microsoft are about as good at keeping handsets a secret as a colander would be for storing water (that is to say, not very). The latest leak, which has surfaced only a matter of hours since we got wind of the LG C900, comes in the form of what WMPoweruser have dubbed the E900, in an albeit incredibly blurry video.
Well, what does the video (below) tell us? We can just about make out see a large touchscreen, three hardware buttons (making up compulsory Back, Start and Search functions) as well as what appears to be a camera shutter key, volume rocker, 3.5mm audio jack, a Micro-USB port and a power key at the top. When the phone is turned on, we’re presented with the familiar ‘block’ style homepage layout that we already know Windows Phone 7 to be sporting; it’s not particularly good looking but here’s hoping that functionality makes up for what it lacks in appearance.
We can’t really make out much in the way of software/apps, because the video has been shot with an annoyingly blurry camera, made worse by the lack of stability from whoever is holding it; but from what we can see, the touchscreen looks relatively responsive and the interface appears to be quick and transactions between pages/apps look both fast and fluid. This leads us to believe this is likely to be a production ready model as oppose to an early prototype and would tie in with the expected launch of Windows Phone in a couple of months time.
That’s all we’ve got at the moment, but in the meantime, feast your eyes on the video below to take a look for yourself and keep an eye on the blog for more info.