By Stephen Schenck | March 23, 2011 10:12 AM
Just a day after AT&T revealed that it will be bringing LG’s Optimus 3D no-glasses-required 3D Android phone to the US as the Thrill 4G, paperwork for the Optimus 3D has shown up in the FCC’s system, sharing with us all its RF testing goodness.
Interestingly, the evaluated bands on this Optimus 3D, listed as LG model P920, are for UMTS II and IV. Those don’t match what we’d expect from the international, unlocked version of the phone, nor what the Thrill 4G should have for AT&T service. Either there’s the unlikely situation that the Thrill 4G has been designed to support both AT&T and T-Mobile’s high-speed networks, or this Optimus 3D is destined for a home in the Great White North.
The documents don’t offer any new insight into the phone, but show that LG is serious about getting this model out into as many markets as possible.