This weekend we have slightly more knowledge of the Windows 7 Series of phone. On the Engadget Show, Microsoft's Aaron Woodman surprised the world by showing off the first branded Windows Phone 7 device. This pre-production prototype from LG was shown off, played with, and detailed about as thoroughly as cursory examinations would allow.
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The phone is reported to be just a 'hair' thicker than the iPhone. The screen looks to be on the smallish size, around 3.2” maybe? There are dedicated camera, volume, and power buttons, as well as back, home, and search buttons. The camera is 5 megapixels, and there is also a 3.5 mm headphone jack.