LG E900 Optimus 7
Unique live tiles, 16GB internal storage, Intuitive keyboard design.
Too many clicks to make a phone call, app store still in infancy ...
Fresh, fun Windows Phone 7 UI, Good build quality, High quality LCD, Better than usual voice quality, Play To app works in surprising ways, Capable camera, Reasonable battery life, 16GB of storage builtin, Mac syncing.
Cool embedded apps and camera mods. Intuitive interface. Responsive touchscreen
Fairly thin, Solid build quality, ScanSearch augmented reality app, Play To DLNA feature
Outstanding fit and finish, Generously sized battery, Play To media streaming legitimately useful
Slick and simple UI, good camera, WiFi music sync, solid build and reception, accurate text input
No copy and paste, Tiny power button, Lack of variety in apps
Great touch-screen, awesome social phonebook, comprehensive support for webmail, some cool exclusive apps from LG, low price for WP7 Look and Feel...
Windows Phone 7 still rough, Gamble on whether Microsoft will catch up, Camera settings won't save, Camera has room to improve, Most bundled apps not really added value.
Uninspiring design. No easy way to switch between apps. No multi-tasking
Mediocre sound quality, Camera quality is not good
Generic LCD is a step behind Super screens, Awkward microUSB port cover, Smallish power button
Abysmal speakerphone, no 3rd party app multitasking or copy/paste, few applications available, no task switcher
By BrightHub on May 18, 2011
The LG Optimus 7 E900 is a very capable smartphone which offers a very promising OS - Windows Phone 7 with some really powerful hardware. I would definitely recommend it.Also check out our list of the Top 5 Best Windows Phone 7 Smartphones if...80
By Mobile88 on February 14, 2011
Good Windows Phone 7 smartphone which is packed with many features, only lacking on copy and paste function and the variety of apps....-
By RegHardware on January 18, 2011
There’s not a huge amount of difference between the current array of WinPho 7 handsets but LG’s Optimus 7 distinguishes itself by being Vodafone only and offering a few unique apps, notably its DLNA networking feature. These aren’t...80
By DigitalVersus on December 30, 2010
The Optimus 7 is a well-rounded smartphone which has an attractive list of strengths. It's easy to use, has a logical interface and the real-time access to your contact's social networking activity works well. It's a great way to try...80
By PC Pro on December 24, 2010
A reasonable deal as Windows phones go but it's still dear, and the OS still has much to prove...67
By 3G UK on December 17, 2010
While LG hasn't quite reached the superphone heights as yet, the Optimus 7 shows it is well on its way. Like the other WP7 devices, it's excellent for web browsing and emailing and its touch-screen is truly impressive. The Xbox Live and Zune...80
By Mobile Choice on December 16, 2010
Windows Phone 7 is an intuitive interface, and LG has added enough extra value to make the Optimus 7 a worthy contender in the neck-and-neck race for WP7 supremacy...80
By The Unwired on December 07, 2010
The LG Optimus 7 is a touchscreen bar-phone which runs on Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 OS. It's powered by a - Windows Phone 7 typical - Qualcomm QSD8650 CPU at 1 GHz and supports quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as triband UMTS/HSDPA (7.2...-
By OCWorkBench on November 28, 2010
LG Optimus 7 E900 Windows Phone 7 Reviewbluetooth 28 Nov 2010 In the past, Smartphones were usually associated with Windows Mobile. In fact, that is somewhat made possible with the large number of apps available on that WM6 and WM6.5 with keyboard...-
By Pocketnow on November 26, 2010
If you are the type of person who likes medium sized screens, like the one on the HTC Desire for instance (which is 3.7-inch in diagonal), the 3.8-inch screen on the LG Optimus 7 will be to your liking and the featured TFT LCD screen is really good...90