A new LG device carrying the model number LM-X320TA has just received certification from the FCC.
According to the FCC filings, the upcoming device has two model variants, namely the LM-X320TA and LM-X320MA.
The model number suffix “TA” means the device is tailor-made for T-mobile, while the ‘MA” at the end of the model number indicates that it is a MetroPCS variant.
The SAR test report for the device also confirmed that the LM-X320TA and LM-X320MA support following Network Bands & frequencies.
GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850 GSM/GPRS/EDGE 1900 UMTS 850 UMTS 1750 UMTS 1900 CDMA/EVDO BC10 (§90S) CDMA/EVDO BC0 (§22H) PCS CDMA/EVDO LTE Band 71 LTE Band 12 LTE Band 13 LTE Band 26 (Cell) LTE Band 5 (Cell) LTE Band 66 (AWS) LTE Band 4 (AWS) LTE Band 25 (PCS) LTE Band 2 (PCS) LTE Band 41
As the LG Aristo 3 has the model number LM-X220MA, is it possible that the upcoming LM-X320MA will be launched with the marketing name LG Aristo 4?