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Nexus 5X (LG-H790) passes through the FCC
The new Nexus phones are almost upon us and they certainly haven’t been the best kept secret around. If you want to know some of the last few details about the LG Nexus 5X, the smartphone has recently been spotted passing through the Federal Communications Commissions for certification.
The listing gives us the model number LG-H790, which looks to be the unlocked version of the Nexus 5X for the US market. A LG-H791 model, presumably the international version, has also been spotted. The FCC listing contains some information about the handset’s radio compatibility, stating that GSM 850/1900, W-CDMA 2/4/5, CDMA 0/1/10, and LTE Bands 2/4/5/7/12/13/17/25/26/41 are all supported.
The LG-H791 drops support for LTE bands 12, 13, and 25, but the rest of the frequencies remain intact. Both handsets will support Category 6 LTE speeds and 2 band carrier aggregation. Sources suggest that the phone will be fully compatible with AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint networks, presumably along with Google’s own Fi network as well.
The FCC listing is light on other details and specifications, but does also confirm that handset’s size at 5.2 inches. The listing gives dimensions of 146.9 x72.5mm with a diagonal display size of 133mm, which works out to 5.24 inches.
Google is all set to unveil the Nexus 5X and 6P tomorrow, September 29th. Are you sufficiently hyped up after all these leaks?