Windows Phone 7 powered LG C900 pops it head up over at the FCC

Windows Phone 7 powered LG C900 pops it head up over at the FCC
Kids are slowly getting ready for the onset of the new school year, the temperature outside is slowly dwindling, and the rash of top notch handsets have cemented their place among the industry – it all points to the telling fact that fall is almost here. However, the fun isn't going to stop any time soon since the inevitable launch of Windows Phone 7 is going to be right around the corner. We've taken a look at one of them, the LG C900 landscape slider, but now its on an expedited path to get itself onto the market as soon as possible. There was a recent FCC filing that mentioned the C900, and upon closer inspection, its SAR report indicates that it is packing support for WCDMA bands II and V – meaning that it's a picture perfect candidate for AT&T's network. So if this indeed becomes the LG C900 we all know and love, AT&T is looking to be the likely source to get your Windows Phone 7 fix.

source: FCC


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