FCC filing reveals that the LG LS831 is a CDMA Windows Phone Mango device

FCC filing reveals that the LG LS831 is a CDMA Windows Phone Mango device
Looking back at it, some just might agree that out of all the major mobile manufacturers out there producing Windows Phone 7 smartphones, LG’s portfolio didn’t seem as compelling versus the competition. In fact, it’s made even more prevalent when you think about their limited offerings, which include the LG Optimus 7 and LG Quantum.

That was last year, and now that we’re starting to see more new Mango flavored handsets coming to fruition, it’s only fitting to see LG coming out with something for round two. Recently, a filing over at the FCC reveals an upcoming Windows Phone Mango smartphone going by the name of LG LS831 for now, but more importantly, it’s revealed to be none other than a CDMA handset that's in bound for the US – meaning, it’s probably coming to either Sprint of Verizon.

Besides the fact that it’s a CDMA device, there’s nothing else that can be uncovered regarding the handset from the filing. However, considering that fall CTIA is happening next week, we might be learning more about this handset as we near the festivities.

source: FCC via WMPoweruser


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