Get ready for a Quantum leap
In what looks to be one of the snazziest Windows Phone 7 launch phones, LG has unveiled official details about the Quantum, set to be one of the more high-end products for the launch of Microsoft's new operating system.
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What's interesting about the Quantum is its form factor and kickstand. Users can prop up the device to watch videos or stream through other media while propping the phone up on a table.
AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega calls the phone a "game changer," and has high prospects for Windows Phone 7. Here are the official technical details of LG's Quantum:
Screen size: 3.8 inches
Processor: 1 GHz
Other Specs: 800x480 resolution, 8 GB internal storage, DLNA connectivity, slide-out keyboard
Camera: 5 MP, HD-capable
Price: $199 with contract
The Quantum also comes pre-installed with the mobile version of Microsoft Office as well as an AT&T app, Play To, that makes organizing and accessing music, movies, and photos a much easier process. Because it's DLNA-enabled, it can stream content to any TV, computer, or handheld device that also supports DLNA.
The LG Quantum is now available for pre-order. It ships on November 15.