LG Optimus 3D P920 hits the FCC with T-Mobile 3G

The FCC has just approved a phone called LG P920, which is none other than the LG Optimus 3D.

The surprising aspect about this is that the Optimus 3D which got the Commission’s approval comes with support for T-Mobile’s AWS (1700 MHz) network.

This means  the magenta carrier (which will belong to AT&T starting 2012) may have plans to launch the Optimus 3D in the US. Just yesterday, AT&T announced its own version of the smartphone, called LG Thrill 4G (pictured below), so why couldn’t T-Mobile do the same?

T-Mo already has two new LG Android devices – the G2X and the G-Slate. Will it really want to carry the Optimus 3D, too? We can’t know for sure, but that is definitely possible now that an AWS-friendly version of the handset exists.

Author: Florin

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  • Anonymous

    Isn’t the G2x, the Optimus 3D for T-Mobile?

  • Anonymous

    no

  • Anonymous

    What’s the difference? Just did a quick Google search and there’s a bunch of articles that say that the G2x has 3D capabilities.

  • Anonymous

    What’s the difference? Just did a quick Google search and there’s a bunch of articles that say that the G2x has 3D capabilities.

  • Anonymous

    No need to worry.tmo will just cripple it with no flash and no ffc.lol