LG C900 Windows Phone 7 Handset Gets FCC Approval for AT&T Release

August 25, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It seems like AT&T is in for better times with the LG C900 Windows 7 Phone heading for the carrier’s network. The C900 landscape slider phone from LG has been found in the listings of FCC and the SAR report reveals that the phone would come with WCDMA bands II and V on AT&T.

LG’s first Windows Phone 7 handset is awaited with some awesome features, and they would include a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. When it comes to LG, we all know that the brand would have some amazing aspects that could make us go for the phone as soon as it launches.

From what we have learnt earlier, the keyboard would boast of four full rows and a simplified two-button capacitive layout beneath the screen. The chrome Windows key would add to the charm. With the FCC nod having come about as is evident from the details on the FCC site, we should now wait for the actual launch. Join us as we gear up to know more on the date and pricing details.

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