LG Optimus 3D P920 clears FCC with T-Mobile 3G bands

Good folks of FCC approved the LG P920, which as you may know is the other name for the Optimus 3D. However what makes this somewhat strange is the fact that the version of the device FCC got to play with is made for T-Mobile’s AWS (1700 MHz) network.

The carrier, which is about to get swallowed by AT&T, hasn’t announced that particular model during the CTIA. Rather, they unveiled the T-Mobile G2X aka Optimus 2X. So what gives?

I assume LG didn’t go through FCC’s procedure for no reason, hinting us the Optimus 3D may not be AT&T-exclusive device after all.

As a reminder, AT&T announced the LG Thrill 4G (version of the Optimus 3D that sings on 850 and 1900 MHz bands) during the CTIA in Orlando.

We’ll definitely keep following how the story progresses and let you know as soon as we hear something new either from T-Mobile or LG. Stay tuned…

[Via: Unwired View]

  • Enoel69

    Can someone here at Intomobile write an article of what ever info they have on what happened to the expected outing/non-outing of the HTC Pyramid at CTIA. That was the device i was really looking fwd to at CTIA. My fear is that it was put off due to the Att and Tmo merger talks..hope i am wrong and it will be outed at a later date. I was anxiously waiting for a dual core HTC device (hopefully the Pyramid) on Tmo. Maybe they can include both Tmo n Att HSPA+ bands on it just to make sure those who buy it will still be able to use if that merger goes through. Hope not for the the merger part…we need the two lil guys Tmo n Sprint to help keep the two big guys in check with their price plans offerings.

  • Kennis_09

    how much is Lg optimus 3D @ philippines???

  • Enoel69

    If HTC doesn’t out the Pyramid for Tmo soon…then i think i will go for the LG Optimus 3D…hope it comes with both Tmo and Att radios …just in case the deal goes through

  • Vicosphi

    It’s AT&T Thrill 4G !!
    G2X will go to Tmobile as planned and Thrill 4G (Optimus 3D) will go to AT&T with bands for Tmobile 3G as well…. That answers everything ;)

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