Officially announced a few weeks ago, the LG Optimus Net P690 will most likely have several North American versions. LG has already stated that there would be a QWERTY-equipped Optimus Net for North America, although without saying for which carrier.
Now an Optimus Net (P699) with T-Mobile’s logo on it has been spotted over at the Bluetooth SIG. This looks pretty much like the Optimus Net P690 that’s bound to be launched in Europe, so it’s not a QWERTY device. It’s probably that LG OptimusII Gelato which appeared in a leaked T-Mobile roadmap several months ago.
Despite the fact that he P699 clearly has T-Mobile’s logo above the display, its Bluetooth SIG description reads “this model will be available on North America AT&T Market around August 2011.” We don’t know if that’s just a typo, or the handset will make it to AT&T as well. But we’ll probably find out soon.
Feature-wise, the LG P699 should bring Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 3.2 inch HVGA display, HSDPA, Wi-Fi hotspot capability, GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, 3.2MP camera, and an 800MHz processor.
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