LTE-enabled Pantech P9070 hits the FCC on its way to AT&T

LTE-enabled Pantech P9070 hits the FCC on its way to AT&T

It seems AT&T is becoming cozy with Pantech, having recently launched their Pocket Android smartphone. Apparently the mobile operator is working with the South Korean company on additional models as we speak. One such device, marked as P9070, has been caught at the FCC all in its LTE glory. Unfortunately, aside from the fact that it’s 4G-ready, we don’t have any other information to sure. Sure it will use AT&T’s HSPA network in areas where there’s no LTE signal around, but that’s about all we have at the moment.

If I had to guess, Pantech’s upcoming baby will be an Android smartphone most likely with a dual-core processor. Hopefully it will be as powerful as that Vega device we’ve seen 2 months ago, though we can’t say anything with certainty. That said, it’s like that AT&T will use the CES in Las Vegas to unveil this and many other devices. We’ll see…

[Via: Unwired View]

  • Shemrock

    Do you know wherther this phone will be available in Serbia?

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