Pantech ADR930LVW uses the FCC's key to the men's room enroute to Verizon

Pantech ADR930LVW uses the FCC's key to the men's room enroute to Verizon
The FCC just loves to host smartphones. One of the most recent models to visit the Feds is the Pantech ADR930LVW. While the model number might just seem like a random series of numbers and letters, the VW could stand for Verizon Wireless. And if that is the case, the letter L that comes before the VW could indicate that this is an LTE enabled model.

Additionally, the Pantech ADR930LVW is expected to support NFC and with a dual-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor driving the phone, we could see another assignment for the omnipresent MSM8960. A 720p display is also expected. As for the build of Android that will be installed, we could hope for Android 4.1, but expect Android 4.0.

 We have no word on when we might see this in the store or what it might price at. We do have a code name of the Pantech Premia V. Hopefully we will be getting more information shortly. Stay tuned.

source: FCC via Engadget



1. rockstarlive

Posts: 307; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

Only we don't know is screen size. I am assuming 4'5.

2. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

Wow, maybe we will finally see a high-end Android phone from Pantech. The free ones with at&t are not all that great, but great for someone who wants that free phone or believes that they are owed a free phone for completing a 2 yr contract.

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