News by Micah Bartos on Tuesday November 10, 2015.
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We told you on the weekend how the LG Class is arriving in Europe and the LG Zero and that the handset is likely to make its debut in the United States on AT&T. It seems as though our crystal ball was in full working order as the LG Class has now passed through the FCC in the U.S. and is bound for the nation's second largest carrier, AT&T.The LG Class has a claim to fame as it LG?s first ever metal smartphone from the company and is elegantly designed. We have spoken about how the design is severely compromised by the generally modest specs and the steep price tag. Indeed, the Class is expected to cost over $300 when it lands on AT&T, and these days we expect much more than a solid design for that kind of cash. Its specs are a little watered down besides quality handsets that are now making the $300-$400 space so interesting. The Zero gets a 5-inch screen with a 720p resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 412, 2GB of RAM, LTE connectivity, NFC, Bluetooth 4.1, 16GB of internal storage, a micro SD card slot, 2050 mah battery, 13 megapixel rear camera, and an 8 megapixel front facing lens.