March 14, 2012 | by Adrian Diaconescu
Well, you can officially call today ‘’Certification Wednesday’’, as we are already faced with the fourth Android-based device to get some sort of official approval before most of you have even had the chance to eat breakfast.
We already talked about the Huawei T8301, a smartphone that will most likely be easily lost in the crowd after its launch, the HTC One V, a handheld that we knew was closing in on its release, and the Samsung Tikal, a MetroPCS exclusive 4G LTE mobile phone.
Who was missing from the picture? That’s right, the guys at LG, which also had a smartphone sailing its way through FCC yesterday. The P936 will be an LTE-enabled gadget of some sorts, but unfortunately we don’t have much information about its tech specs and features.
The guys at ameblo.jp are speculating that the smartphone will enjoy a global release, with Europe and Asia following the US closely, but I personally wouldn’t be so sure about that. On the other hand, I can’t say that I’m sure about many things when talking about the LG Optimus P936, so for the time being we should refrain from speculating and starting rumors of any sort.
What we do know though is that the smartphone will run Android, will come with WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, as well as LTE connectivity. We also know that it won’t come with NFC (near field communications) capabilities, which kind of makes us wait for the gadget a bit less.
Other than that, everything is a blur right now and the P936 might even be one of LG’s smartphones already announced this year, at the CES or MWC. Stay tuned on our website for additional details about this mysterious gadget, but also about other exciting Android-based products. Also, if you have any kind of theory on what the P936 could bring to the table, please share it with us in the comments section.