LG Apollo – first Windows Mobile 7 phone, 1280×720 screen, 10 megapixel camera

lg_logo WMExperts claim one of the first handsets to run Windows Mobile 7 is the LG ‘Apollo’.  The handset has features which for the most part border on the unbelievable.

The specs are as follows:

  • Launching: August/September 2010
  • CPU: Qualcomm QSD8650; 1.3GHz
  • CDMA + GSM (aka a World Phone)
  • EvDO + HSDPA
  • Device Size: 115 x 57.5 x 11.2 mm
  • Memory (RAM/ROM): 1GB/1GB
  • External Storage: MicroSD (up to 32GB)
  • Screen Size/Type: 3.8-inch capacitive AMOLED “Multitouch Supported”
  • Screen Resolution: WXGA 1280 x 720 px
  • Camera: 10-megapixel with flash and autofocus; HD 720p video@ 30fps
  • Video Support: Windows Media Video (WMV), MPEG-4 (MP4/M4V) H.264, DVR-MS4
  • Audio Support: Windows Media Audio (WMA), Advanced Audio Coding (AAC-LC), FairPlay DRM, MP3
  • Battery: Removable 1400 mAh
  • Talk Time: Up to 7.5 hours
  • Standby Time: 288 hours
  • Internet Use: 4.5 hours (3G), 6.5 hours (WiFi)
  • Video Playback: 10 hours
  • Audio Playback: 30 hours

Reportedly both Sprint and Verizon is set to carry the device, which is a CDMA/GSM world phone, coming around August/September 2010.

Are we ready to believe 720p screens and 10 megapixel cameras?  Let us know below.


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