LG Optimus 7 Previewed, Reveals More Specs, Features

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LG’s upcoming Windows Phone 7-powered Optimus 7 — formerly known by its E900 codename — has apparently been previewed by hometown publication Korea Economic Daily, which was able to reveal several details that were either unknown or previously misreported.

According to Engadget, which managed to get its hands on a machine-translated copy of the piece, the Optimus 7 will sport a pretty standard 3.8-inch WVGA display, 1GHz processor, 1500mAh battery, and most delightful of all, 16GB of internal storage — certainly a step up from the 8GB cards we’ve seen rumored in most HTC WP7 devices.

Also on board, reportedly, is a speech to text feature for transcribing emails, text messages, and the like, along with a so-called “sweeping panorama” mode, which lets the user simply pan the lens across a scene; photos are automatically stitched together to create a supposedly seamless image.

(via WMPoweruser and Engadget, image courtesy of MobilMania)

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