By Stephen Schenck | July 14, 2011 7:34 PM
After first seeing LG’s P690 last month, we caught a big break earlier this week when a whole bunch of technical specifications for the Android smartphone arrived, along with a name for the phone: the LG Optimus Net. At the time, we noted that it didn’t look like it had support for any of the UMTS bands needed for 3G/4G connectivity in the States. Now the FCC just published a series of documents for what seems like another variation on the same model, this time known as the LG P690g, and finally with a radio that will be right at home in the US.
According to the paperwork, the P690g will be capable of HSDPA on both the 850MHz and 1900MHz band, meaning that if this is destined for the US, it will likely find a home at AT&T. Keep in mind, support for these frequencies doesn’t mean that that LG is necessarily planning this particular model for sales in the US, but it looks like it has that option open.
The LG Net, assuming this P690g doesn’t stray from the P690 specs we saw earlier (super unlikely, but it could happen), will likely emerge as the company’s next Optimus One. That is, its 800MHz processor won’t win any high-end benchmark competitions, and the 3.2-inch screen has a decidedly low resolution, but it could still be a hit if LG can get it out cheaply enough, and entice enough carriers to offer it to their subscribers.