The LG E900 Windows Phone 7 smartphone will boast an expansive 3.7-inch LCD touchscreen and a powerful 1.3GHz Snapdragon processor, it has been reported, as the handset maker looks to recover lost ground from rival manufacturers.
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According to Polish Android fansite Android.com.pl, which published snaps of the forthcoming handset, it will also offer light and proximity sensors, a mini USB slot and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
However, it is the Qualcomm QSD8650A that promises to mark out the LG E900 from the competition, potentially offering users a supremely smooth smartphone experience, seamless multi-tasking and superior 3D gaming.
The handset is the second upcoming LG phone to be unearthed recently by the site, having earlier this week printed photos of the South Korean firm’s soon-to-be-released LG E720 Android smartphone.
Running the latest 2.2, Froyo version of Google’s OS, the E720 is apparently also home to Qualcomm MSM7227 processor and a 3.2-inch touchscreen.
LG’s loss of market share in 2010 is largely attributable to its inability to capitalise on burgeoning demand for high-end Android phones, with buyers opting instead for handsets from the likes of HTC and Samsung.