We know that Windows Phone 7 is soon to make it’s debut on the market and the closer we get to the release, the more we seem to see in the way of speculated handsets. The latest additions to this are namely the Samsung Cetus and the LG C900 which have been pictured over at Engadget.
Starting with the Cetus, a candybar handset which seems to follow Samsung’s typical form factor and Henry Ford style colour offerings (any colour you like as long as it’s black) There’s very little in the way of spec’s to accompany the photos, but from what we can see, the Cetus will utilise a touchscreen (between 3 and 4 inch if we had to guess) and three touch sensitive hardware keys situated below which will control the ‘Start’ menu, back key and search function. There does also appear to be physical buttons on the side of the handset which will likely make up camera and volume rockers.
Next we have the LG C900, which again is very light on specs but from the pictures, we can see that it’s a QWERTY touting touchscreen (which again looks to be around the 3 or 4 inch mark) and utlises two touch sensitive hardware buttons below the screen either side of the handset, with a physical ‘Start’ key sitting centrally below these. It’s hard to tell from the images alone, how good or bad the keyboard will be; but the keys look well spaced and appear to have slightly curved surfaces with the keyboard itself being a 4 row affair, with an over sized space button and dedicated directional keys.
Keep an eye on the blog for the inevitable spec leak. (Images from Engadget.)