The LG MS910 Bryce (which may be a codename, or it may end up being the name under which this device will be sold, only time will tell) first leaked a few days ago, complete with many pictures and some pretty detailed information about its specs.
It was said to be headed to MetroPCS (and the carrier’s prominent branding on the leaked images sure helped make that info seem realistic), and was going to be one of that carrier’s premier Android offerings.
All of that is still on track to happen, worry not MetroPCS customers. The MS910 Bryce has passed through the FCC today, with the label above to prove it. Its FCC stopover didn’t unveil anything we didn’t already know about this handset.
The LG MS910 Bryce will, of course, be MetroPCS’ version of Verizon’s LG Revolution, complete with 4G LTE support. Unlike the Revolution though, the Bryce will come with just 4 GB of internal storage, but will run Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread from day one. Which sounds excellent now, but given that the handset’s release is rumored to happen in October, may turn out not to be the latest version of the OS anymore at that point (Ice Cream Sandwich, we’re looking at you).
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