We're less than two hours away from the start of the Microsoft's April 12th event, where the company is expected to finally out their Project Pink cellphones, but someone at Verizon has itchy fingers. The carrier's inventory system has been updated with entries for what look to be two Microsoft handsets, the MSONE and MSTWO, each manufactured by Sharp. Meanwhile there's also mention of an LG Android device.
As well as the two Microsoft handsets themselves there are also various cases and other accessories listed. We're expecting two devices - hitherto known as Pure and Turtle - from the company today, each with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a focus on mobile social networking.
The LG device, however, is listed as the LG VS740, spotted in the wild last week. Running Android, final specifications are unclear; there's some talk that the phone is the LG Aloha, with WiFi b/g/n, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 5-megapixel camera and 720p HD playback functionality.