Is second time the charm? Perhaps, as we did see the LG Revolution go through the nuances of the FCC in March this year, only for radio silence to continue – until today, that is. Also known as the VS910, the LG Revolution has just edged closer to a release date courtesy of its Class II Permissive Change Notice that appeared on the FCC. What does that mean in plain English, you ask? Well, the Change Notice would mean that the LG Revolution that was approved of in March earlier this year will not see action Stateside. Don’t feel deflated though, as there has been a revised version of the Revolution which made its way through the FCC today, and that model will be the one that will nestle against the palm of your hand in due time. 

It does tickle the inquisitive mind concerning the differences, if any, between the LG Revolution that was approved in March compared to the one now – after all, both devices did pick up FCC’s nod of approval for CDMA/EVDO 850/1900 bands in addition to LTE support, and Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. Still, there must have been something that made LG unable to release the previous Revolution in the US.

There has been no concrete date nor price available for the Revolution’s rollout, but the FCC Permissive Change Notice today is a telltale sign of things to come, so you might as well start saving up if you want to revolutionize your phone life! Image courtesy of wirelessgoodness.

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