LG Optimus 3D hits the FCC on its way to T-Mobile
It looks like LG’s Optimus 3D is slowly but surely making its way to the United States. Today the device, which is also known as the P920, made an appearance on the FCC with GSM 850 and 1900 bands, as well as WCDMA bands 1700 and 1900. The device’s WCDMA 1700 band corresponds to T-Mobile’s AWS service in the United States, a good indication that we will be seeing the Optimus 3D on T-Mobile soon.
The Optimus 3D features a 4.3” screen with a 480 x 800 resolution, 8GB internal storage with 512MB of RAM, microSD storage supported up to 32GB, dual 5MP rear cameras for 3D video and photos, 1080p 2D out and 720p 3D out, Bluetooth, WiFi and an FM radio. The device currently runs Android 2.2, but is expected to receive an upgraded to Android 2.3 soon.
No word on pricing or availability yet, although you can currently purchase an Optimus 3D from several cell phone importers. T-Mobile is already expected to carry a slew of LG devices, including the LG Black, LG Optimus 2x (renamed the G2X) and G-Slate tablet. It looks like we’ll be able to add the Optimus 3D to this list soon.