The GCF (Global Certification Forum) certification is usually the last one a phone receives before going live and the LG E906 just got it recently. The phone, revealed as Jil Sander Design House-branded Windows Phone Mango, is a follow-up to the last year’s LG Optimus 7.

The phone supports GSM 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz, W-CDMA 2100(I)/1900(II)/900(V) MHz frequencies and, as with the case of other Windows Phones, will feature a WVGA screen. The other specs (as in processor, memory, display size and camera) are yet unknown but given the current trend we could expect an eight-megapixel shooter, 512MB of RAM, 3.8-inch screen (like on the Optimus 7) and a single-core processor which could very well be 1GHz or above.

Source: GCF

Via: Blog of Mobile

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