An unannounced Pantech smartphone bearing support for AT&T’s 4G LTE network was spotted at the FCC. Little information is known about the phone other than the fact that the device supports both AT&T’s 4G LTE and HSPA+ frequencies. As AT&T operates its LTE frequencies separate from Verizon and other carriers globally, the handset only has one destination and given AT&T’s close partnership with Pantech in the past, we can expect to see this handset on AT&T’s network Stateside, it’s a just a question of when this will happen.
The device is said to already have received WiFi certification. The handset follows the recently spotted P4100 tablet for AT&T at the FCC.
The phone bears the model number P9070. Given LTE support, the device most likely will run on Android as Windows Phone 7 does not support LTE yet.
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