LG’s upcoming Windows Phone 7 C900 slider phone is inching closer to becoming a reality and the device has now taken the time from its busy schedule to pay a visit to the FCC. Based on the reports, the device will support the WCDMA bands II and V, which means that it’ll most likely be landing on AT&T’s network. With phone-to-console gaming on the horizon for Windows Phone 7 devices, the smartphone battle is about to heat up again.
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