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LG LS720 spotted in a FCC filing, could be a mid-range Android device headed for Sprint or Virgin Mobile

Another FCC filing reveals the LG LS720, which hints at being a mid-range device headed for either Sprint or its subsidiary, Virgin Mobile.
March 22, 2013
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Yesterday an FCC filing revealed that the LG Optimus G Pro could be joining Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 on AT&T’s network. Today, another filing appeared revealing the LG LS720.

Information on this device is scarce, but the LS720 has LTE bands that are compatible with Sprint’s network, and the User Agent suggest that we could see Android 4.1 Jelly Bean loaded on the device right out of the box.

The phone shouldn’t be anything high-end considering that the model number is below LG’s 800 and 900 series of devices. That said, it could be a mid-range device headed for Spring or even its subsidiary, Virgin Mobile. We won’t know for sure without an official announcement though.