updated 12:35 pm EDT, Mon August 23, 2010
LG E900 with Windows Phone 7 spotted in video
What appears to be a keyboard-less version of LG's C900 handset has appeared on the web recently. The E900 is likely coming to Europe first or exclusively, and will be powered by Windows Phone 7. The blurry video and images captured from it reveal a number of new live tiles, though what they represent can't be made out.
Otherwise, the E900 has a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top, a USB port on the side and a button placement that mimics that of the C900. An application called Media Sharing can be seen, which hints at a DLNA or UPnP media streaming capability likely to work with Microsoft's Xbox 360 gaming console, as well as other devices.
Despite the leak, a release date or prices for the E900 are unknown. Windows Phone 7 is due to reach Europe in October and the US in November. [via WMPowerUser]