Another episode of IFA 2010 is written today, one that matters possibly as much as the Samsung Galaxy Tab launch. We’ve just witnessed the announcement of the very first WP 7 handset, LG Optimus 7, pictured below and based around the concept of DLNA streaming.

This device is able to stream content to all DLNA compliant digital devices with a single touch, all via WiFi. LG Optimus 7 will debut in Q4 2010 and there are over 240 consumer electronics brands to welcome it, supporting media sharing via DLNA. A demonstration of the technology is available these days in Berlin, during IFA 2010.

As far as we know, LG Optimus 7 (previously known as the E900) will feature Bluetooth, WiFi, a microSD card slot, a multitouch display, a 5 megapixel camera and HSDPA connectivity, but these are all predictable specs, so we’re looking for more goodies.


  • Sarah

    Soon there will be so many tablets running Android that they will be competing not with the other platforms based devices, but just among themselves)
    Sarah, from blackberry application development

  • Anonymous

    LG Optimus 7 is really a handy and cool handset.It accomplishes all the features as per users comfort and  even possess good Apps.