The LG GW910, also known as the Panther, has had information relating to its technical capabilities leaked online.
The Panther is noteworthy because of its use of the Windows Phone 7 platform and features the powerful 1GHz Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm which can be found in the likes of the Google Nexus One.
It will also sport an impressively colourful 3.5-inch AMOLED screen with a native resolution of 480x800.
In terms of connectivity, the Panther supports 3G and Wi-Fi networks and assisted-GPS is also onboard for navigation purposes. Around the back is a five megapixel camera which doubles up as a high definition camcorder for 720p recording.
It looks as though the LG Panther will be sticking to Microsoft's recommendations closely, according to TechChee and whilst there is no release date for this phone as yet, it looks as though it could be one of the first to bring Windows Phone 7 to the expectant consumer.
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