LG Optimus 3D Max Hits The FCC – On Its Way To AT&T?


In case you thought you had seen the last of LG here in the states, the LG Optimus 3D Max (LG-P720h) looks like it could be heading to AT&T in the very near future thanks to the device clearing the FCC today. Revealed as the LG-P720H in its paperwork, the device oddly enough, appears to be lacking the required bands for AT&T’s new LTE network, but the rest of AT&T’s regular 4G (HSPA+) are all intact. This leads us to question if the device really will make it to these shores via AT&T, or if we’re simply looking at the international version of the device.

I guess the next question is, do you guys think another 3D device would even do well here? LG seems to have addressed most of the glaring problems with the original LG Optimus 3D (LG Thrill) and has even promised the 3D Max would be seeing Ice Cream Sandwich during its life. I can only wonder if another failed 3D device could mean the end of that wonderful third dimension for smartphones in the future..

[FCC | Via PocketNow]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. This isn’t as much of an upgrade to the original as it should have been.

    1. Aesthetically, it’s a lot nicer (thinner). But I really think they should have went 720p screen if they really wanted to impress. LG kinda has to go the extra mile given their current reputation with Android fans =p

      1. I completely agree.  I was really shocked when I saw that it didn’t have a 720p screen.

  2. LTE is a must. LTE will not be here in the next two years! LTE+ is next.

    1. On AT&T, LTE will be here in 7 years. 

  3. 1.2 ghz dual processor isnt much of an upgrade. The 4.3 inch screen should of had been a 4.7. This will be another failure on LG’s part. I’ll keep the original one until the One X arrives.

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