In all the excitement surrounding the launch of Windows Phone 7-based smartphones by Microsoft, consumer electronics manufacturer LG accidentally leaked the details of its LG Optimus 7 smartphone, running on Microsoft's new mobile operating system.
The details of the new Windows Phone 7 was leaked by the company on its blog, but was later taken down after LG realised what it had done.
The smartphone is a part of LG's Optimus range of smartphone devices and tablet computers based on Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 and Google's Android OS.
According to the blog post, the LG Optimus 7 smartphone will feature a 3.8-inch WVGA display, 5 MP camera capable of HD video recording, a 1 GHz CPU, 16 GB in-built memory, GPS, accelerometer, light and proximity sensors.
The hardware looks pretty standard, but it will be operating system which will decide the fate of the smartphone and of Microsoft's smartphone venture. According to LG, the OS is divided into six Hubs – People, Pictures, Games, Music + Video, Marketplace and Office.