Well, what do we have here? It was sometime in the late summer of 2012 when AT&T revealed that they brought out the LG Escape late last summer as a low-cost Android powered smartphone, sporting a better battery than usual and performance that you would not complain at a price which you paid for. Well, the FCC has just tested another device, which could very well be a Verizon version of the LG VS870. The LG Escape from AT&T is known as the P870, and the Verizon-bound version will offer support for the CDMA and LTE networks of Verizon.
It seems that this very handset has also made its way to the Wireless Power Consortium, which drops additional hints that Qi wireless charging capability will also be thrown into the mix. Having said that, we do wonder just what other goodies that the Verizon version will carry over the LG Escape from AT&T, and I guess we will just have to play the waiting game.
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