FCC filing suggest Verizon could soon host the LG Optimus Vu


A filing uncovered over at the FCC site shows us the outline of a device that looks remarkably similar to the LG Optimus Vu. If the 4G LTE logo didn’t give it away, the LG VS950 appears destined for Verizon. A quick check of the radios reveals LTE Band 13 support as well as CDMA and GSM radios. Other transmitters checked out include Bluetooth, WiFi, and NFC.

The Optimus Vu launched as a Galaxy Note competitor with a large 5-inch display and unique 4:3 aspect ratio. We haven’t heard much on the device since Mobile World Congress, but if this is any indication, we can expect a Verizon launch at some point in the future.

[FCC via Engadget]

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  1. That’s good for Verizon. They have a phonlet coming their way. Hopefully LG doesn’t “f” this up by gingerbread on there.

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