lgquantum1So one week ago we had the launch of the Microsoft Windows Phone devices from AT&T with the Samsung Focus and HTC Surround, and the T-Mobile HTC HD7. Not available at launch was the LG Quantum from AT&T, the only Windows Phone device so far that has a physical keyboard. LG has announced to day that the Quantum is now available online at AT&T.com. Priced at $499.99 without any commitments or $199.99 with a two year contract, you can now place your order.

So what do you think about the LG Quantum? The Samsung Focus has been the hot seller so far and the HTC Surround has been a pleasant surprise for a lot of folks including Mobility Digest’s own Jimski and Matt. Will see if the LG Quantum can find a place between the Focus and the Surround.



LG Quantum™ Offers Users a Glance-and-Go Platform That Makes Living in the Moment a New Reality

LG Mobile Phones today announced LG Quantum, the first Windows Phone 7 handset from LG, is now available online at www.wireless.att.com and in AT&T* company-owned retail stores nationwide.  Available exclusively to AT&T customers, LG Quantum keeps users connected to the contacts and networks that mean the most with dynamic Live Tiles and Hubs that automatically update with the latest news. LG Quantum allows users to do more in fewer steps with a 3.5 inch capacitive touch screen and a full slide-out horizontal QWERTY keyboard.

LG Quantum features a superfast 1GHz processor, 16GB of built-in memory, and 10 free apps available through the LG app store within the Windows Phone Marketplace, including Workout Tracker, Scan Search augmented reality and Tool Box complete with Unit Converter, Level, Flashlight, and more.  In addition to these everyday free apps, LG will regularly release new apps that will be free exclusively for LG Windows Phone 7 owners for a limited time.  LG Quantum offers the speed and tools to manage everyday activities without slowing down. LG Quantum’s 5.0 megapixel, auto-focus camera with flash, 720p HD video recorder and unique "Play To" technology, create a one-of-a-kind media experience by allowing users to stream media content directly to DLNA-DMR equipped entertainment devices. In addition, LG Quantum is Wi-Fi capable and equipped with ActiveSync to seamlessly synchronize email, work and personal contact information, and calendar. LG Quantum also features Zune, Xbox LIVE gaming, Microsoft Office Mobile 2010, and Bluetooth® stereo.

"LG Quantum gives users the freedom to organize their lives while on-the-go by delivering a distinctive blend of innovative tools and efficient design," said Tim O’Brien, vice president of trade and consumer marketing for LG Mobile Phones. "Providing faster communication, integrated messaging and breakthrough multimedia experiences, LG Quantum is a smartphone device unlike any other."

LG Quantum is now available at AT&T company-owned retail stores nationwide and online at www.att.com for $199.99. Two-Year agreement and smartphone data plan required.

*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

Price established by AT&T for AT&T-owned retail outlets


  1. I checked my store today and it still isn’t there. But- Windows Phone 7 has been much more prominently displayed in the store. The main island with the ‘try me’ phones has WP7 right there when you walk in! Lots of posters everywhere, too.. Much better than a week ago..

    Can’t wait to try the Quantum.. I’ve been playing with the Focus and Surround, but really want a physical keyboard.. Portrait virtual keyboards are too cramped, though the landscape ones are better.. Once I can play with all 3 phones in the store, then I’ll make my decision.. Hopefully then they will have the memory card issue ironed out..

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