LG's C900 Windows Phone 7 handset for AT&T gets FCC approval
Chris Ziegler|August 24, 2010 11:07 PM
If you wade through LG's alphabet soup of upcoming WinPho 7 goodies, you might recall that several of them seem to be headed directly for AT&T later this year. Evidence for one of them in particular -- the C900 landscape slider -- just got a little stronger this evening on news that a phone by the very same model code has just been hooked up with FCC approval in the past few hours. Indeed, a quick look at the SAR report shows that we've got WCDMA bands II and V here, which means it'll work like a champ on AT&T; unfortunately LG is (and always has been) particularly awesome at making its ID label documents useless for identifying phones, so there isn't much other evidence to go on from this. Needless to say, though, we're convinced it's going to be a very interesting fourth quarter of the year for the Microsoft camp.