LG Revolution Full Specs Officially Announced, Pricing & Availability Yet to Be Disclosed

January 7, 2011, By Alex Ion

Verizon’s press conference at CES yesterday was big. We’ve seen the HTC Thunderbolt, Skype Mobile with video and lots of details about Big Red’s 4G LTE network. But another interesting device in the carriers Android line-up was the LG Revolution.

Just a rumor a few days ago, the LG Revolution is now as real as it can get, so here’s what makes it tick.

The smartphone comes with a rather large 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen display and a 5 megapixel digital cam with HD video capture and playback (. The LG Revolution not as capable as the Optimus 2X which comes with a dual-core processor, but the phone does have its share of goodies which include DLNA wireless, HDMI port and DivX support along with Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi.

We also know that it has video calling support thanks to a front facing camera, and that it doubles as a 4G mobile hotspot that supports up to eight different WiFi devices at a time.

One thing that could’ve been better though is the fact that it will run Android 2.2 at launch. Knowing that there are phones with Android 2.3 or Android 3.0 on board, and that the release date is expected before middle 2011, it definitely sounds like a drawback to us.

We have nothing so far regarding pricing, but we’ll update you as soon as we do.

So how do you like the LG Revolution so far?

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