New LG device carried by Verizon gets FCC certification
It has already been in the news that LG is looking to make a device that would act as a sequel to and continue running the family line of the LG V10 device with earlier rumours even going on to name the device as either the LG V11 or the LG V20, depending on what kind of naming system the Korean company would like to go with.
Now, for that device to be available for sale in the United States markets, it had to be certified by a regulatory body and now that a device with model number LG-VS835 has been certified by the FCC, the rumours of a September release for the Korean company are strengthened and this new device is believed to be the LG V11 or V20, as the case may be.
From the VS branding that came with the FCC certification, it is sure that this device would be carried by Verizon. The FCC documentation didn’t reveal much this time around though, only showing the image of where the sticker would be placed in the device and the tests conducted by their engineering department.
Expected to feature a secondary screen as the first model, the LG V11/ LG V20 would be something to really look out for come September.
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