LG VS930 Passes Through FCC, Possibly Optimus LTE II
By Jerry Carrion

LG has really stepped its game up in the last year. In fact, you can pretty much find a high end LG smartphone on practically every national carrier. By the looks of things and judging upon previous FCC passings, we would have to assume this is the Optimus LTE II headed for Big Red sometime this year. The VS930 could be the likely successor to the VS920 which is also commonly referred to as the LG Spectrum. As more and more information passes through the FCC’s hands to ours, the more we believe this device is a world phone. It supports both CDMA and Verizon-specific LTE frequencies as well as GSM and HSPA. The phone features specifications follows as such; a 4.7-inch 720p display, 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4, 2GB of Ram, and a 5 megapixel camera. If you’re interested in finding out the final destination of this device, make sure to check back!






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