First believed to be called the LG Revolution 2, it appears that the LTE handset has taken on a new life under the name LG Spectrum, but it will still be heading to Verizon with the 4G technology intact.
PocketNow has obtained a smallish image of what appears to be press rendering for the LG Spectrum. While details on pricing and a release date are still sketchy, it is looking more and more likely that the new handset will feature a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, a 720p HD display and an 8 megapixel camera on the back. It does appear that the phone will be at least somewhat slimmer than the LG Revolution, which will be a welcome change for customers of this smartphone.
While there is no firm release date as of yet, it is believed it will be launching sometime this winter, adding even more choices to an already crowded Verizon lineup of Android handsets. If you’re a fan of the Google OS, and you’re on Big Red, we don’t envy you having to try to choose between the onslaught of new phones.
Do you have any interest in the LG Spectrum?