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#80564 1-Apr-2011 11:57
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FEATURE PACKED: LG OPTIMUS ON WINDOWS PHONE 7 RELEASED TO CONSUMER MARKET

Telecom is pleased to announce the LG Optimus 7Q is available for purchase in Telecom Retail Stores and online at the Telecom Mobile Store from 1 April 2011.

The Windows Phone 7 device, which has been available to corporate clients through Telecom’s Gen-i business since December 2010, boasts a number of features, including a full touch and slide out QWERTY keyboard, 720p HD video recording and playback, 5mp camera and full support for Outlook mail, calendar and contacts sync.

Telecom Retail’s Chief Marketing Officer, Kieren Cooney, notes the device’s mobile productivity is a clever fit for businesses of all sizes.

“The Windows Phone 7 operating system is designed to bring a seamless experience across business customers’ mobile and office applications.

Customers can synchronise notes, and access people and information through familiar Outlook Communication and Office productivity tools. The device even allows customers to remotely lock, wipe or find your phone if it is lost or stolen,” Kieren says.

Gen-i clients have already noted the device’s seamless Windows platform for businesses to develop applications which work across mobile and desktop, helps to achieve business integration.

The device also contains personal entertainment features such as integration with Xbox, easy-to-use social networking functions, and access to Windows Phone Marketplace which is the fastest growing app. store in the world.

To purchase the LG Optimus 7Q online, see our Telecom Mobile Store at http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobileOr or to purchase from a Telecom Retail Store, use our store locator at http://find.telecom.co.nz/






 

 

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  #455377 5-Apr-2011 01:40
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Awesome - I just had a look at the website, it is great to see - hopefully they'll get more models in the future.




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Disappointed honestly. Much better and nicer looking models out there that work on AT&T and Telstra in Australia. We have couple of test units of these LG Optimus 7Q units at work. Back gets hot because battery cover is made out of metal and I hate the physical QWERTY keyboard on any smartphone anyways but that's a personal preference.




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  #456896 8-Apr-2011 23:53
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billgates: Disappointed honestly. Much better and nicer looking models out there that work on AT&T and Telstra in Australia. We have couple of test units of these LG Optimus 7Q units at work. Back gets hot because battery cover is made out of metal and I hate the physical QWERTY keyboard on any smartphone anyways but that's a personal preference.


In terms of the battery life, what is the standby like? also, can you expand it beyond the 16GB? I read the website and it seems you can't - I really do need around 32GB minimum to replace my existing iPod :-/ 




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