The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has just approved a new LG device with the model number L322DL for launch, suggesting that the device could be hitting store shelves in short order.
According to the FCC documents, The LG L322DL was approved on June 4. The agency performed testing on the device between April 4 and April 29.
The FCC listing also confirmed that the device has following model variants:
LM-X320WM, LMX320WM, X320WM
LM-X320QMG, LMX320QMG, X320QMG
LM-X320QML, LMX320QML, X320QML
LM-X320QM6, LMX320QM6, X320QM6
Early leaks suggest that the LG device carrying the model number LM-X625N is going to be called the LG X6 (2019), We assume that the LM-X320 is the LG X3 (2019), and the LG L322DL is an LG X3 2019 Variant for Tracfone, net10 and Straight Talk.
The SAR test report for the LG L322DL also confirm that the device will support following 4G LTE Bands:
LTE Band 71
LTE Band 12
LTE Band 17
LTE Band 13
LTE Band 5 (Cell)
LTE Band 66 (AWS)
LTE Band 4 (AWS)
LTE Band 2 (PCS)
A UA Profile for LG L322DL spotted on tera-wurfl.com also revealed the brief specs of the device. The LG L322DL will ship with Android 9.0 PIE out of the BOX. Powered by Snapdragon 425 Soc, The LG L322DL features a 5.45-inch display of 720×1440 pixel resolutions. It also has 2GB of RAM. Other specs of the LG L322DL, like internal storage size, the battery capacity was not disclosed by the UA Profile.