LG's VS750 passes the FCC but without GSM

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LG's VS750 passes the FCC but without GSM
When we first heard of the VS750 last month, we knew it would be LG's first Windows Mobile smartphone for Verizon, but our source said that it may come as a global device with CDMA & GSM bands. Then earlier this week it shows up on a GSM certification, once again showing it to have quad-band GSM support and could possibly run on AT&T as well. Now enter the FCC, as the VS750 has passed approval, but looking into the documents reveal a few things...that the GSM850/1900 & WCDMA850/1900 are not implemented, nor is the FM transmitter. Other FCC documents confirm that the only active bands on the VS750 are CDMA/EVDO 800/1900, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The VS750  is said to be similar in design to the GM750, with a 3" touchscreen, 5MP camera and optical d-pad.

source: FCC


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