After everyone thought that Verizon's new LG Ally was the North American counterpart of the LG Aloha, along comes another LG device that looks to be the real Aloha. The mystery device, with the code name LG-C710h, recently made its way through FCC testing with cellular bands 850 and 1900, the very same that AT&T uses on its network. Adding the Aloha to its network would be great for AT&T since its Android offerings are severely lacking, with only the Android 1.5-sporting Backflip available (along with the Nexus One on Google's soon-to-be closed phone store). The rumored specs of the Aloha are:
With specs like those, AT&T could definitely attract some Android fans to its network, considering the lack of good Android devices with physical QWERTY keyboards. Does this news have you considering AT&T for your Android fix? Sound off below!