Just a few days ago, we got to know much details about the unannounced LG Optimus Net handset, including its full technical specifications. We weren’t sure about which carrier could launch this handset in the U.S. It looks like, AT&T might pick up the LG Optimus Net for the U.S. citizens. The folks over PocketNow have found out that the LG Optimus Net handset has passed the FCC regulations, wearing the model number LG P690g, and carrying t AT&T’s compatible 850MHz and 1900MHz bands. We are not sure yet whether or not it will release through AT&T network in the near future. According to the FCC documentation, it is clear that the handset looks to be supporting North American 3G/4G bands.
LG Optimus Net will be having Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS filled on it, 800MHz chipset, 512MB RAM, 3 megapixel camera, 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen panel, Wi-Fi, micro-SD card slot for memory expansion support up to 32GB, Bluetooth 3.0, and much more.
Having all the low-end specifications, and out-dated hardware, LG Optimus Net handset should become available to purchase with a cheaper price tag, aiming the budget goers especially .