byChris Ziegler||August 23rd 2007 at 3:11pmAugust 23rd 2007 3:11 pm
We're going to go ahead and venture that this VX10000 (yes, as in ten thousand) from LG that just hit the FCC is bound for Verizon, thanks to the "VX" prefix. That's about all we can gather, though. Pay no mind to the shape of the phone in the diagram here -- it's a generic picture that LG uses to identify the ID label for every single one of its phones that it submits with the FCC. If anything, we suppose it could be a successor to the VX9900; LG ran plumb out of numbers and was forced into five-digit territory. Thoughts?
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