LG Fathom VS750 and BlackBerry Bold 9650 pops up in Verizon's internal systems

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LG Fathom VS750 and BlackBerry Bold 9650 pops up in Verizon's internal systems
It's not the first time we saw the BlackBerry Bold 9650 showing up in Verizon's systems, but now its makes another appearance sporting the Bold name instead of the Tour. Even though we saw an internal document from Verizon pointing to 6 new devices on the horizon really soon, one could speculate to point out that the LG Fathom VS750 smartphone might be included in the bunch after being seen recently in Big Red's system as well. As we've reported about the handset, the LG Fathom VS750 is expected to be Verizon's very first LG smartphone powered by Windows Mobile. The leaked screenshot points to the telling reality that this relatively quiet global smartphone will be making its entrance – it features a  slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 3.2” WVGA touchscreen, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. With both of these handsets popping up, it could signal that they are indeed poised to launch with the other devices – it's coming really soon we hope.

RIM BlackBerry Bold 9650 Preliminary Specifications
LG Fathom VS750 Preliminary Specifications

source: BGR



1. theGodpapa

Posts: 181; Member since: Dec 15, 2009

well the guy on this site who makes chip sets has been 100% accurate on all the phones he has predicted on here, and this was on his list. kudos for accuracy, appreciate it.

3. sinfulta

Posts: 279; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

Thanks TheGodpapa. I'm not sure what screen that is that is used for showing that BB bold, but the Inventory maintenance screen a friend showed me at his Verizon store that looked the same. I told him to look for the LG-VS750 (Windows) and the LG-VS740 (Android) phones were both in there and and quantity on order. I think people think I'm bull shitting them when I give information to help. I finished these chipsets for both phones in Jan. Like I said before the phones average out about 6 months later give or take a month. Just like I said when the Verizon Palm Pre and Pixi back in Late June early July, I said give it six months. What do you know BAM Verizon released it Jan 25th. :::sigh::: Nobody ever listens.

2. Trendygirlx23 unregistered

There has been so much information on this phone lately. I love it!

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