LG Revolution Spotted Yet Again at FCC Gates; Launch Likely Soon in the US

May 13, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Streaming the tech pages of the near past would remind you of the hype the LG Revolution had brought with it. Sadly, what came after all the buzz was a loud sounding silence – but that’s until today. The gadget has finally crossed all the barriers set before it to get an opening in US.

Also known as the VS910, the LG Revolution is moving closer to a release date with a Class II Permissive Change Notice appearing along with it as it went past FCC for the second time. The second visit confirms that the US fans can wait for the new Revolution that has won the approval of the FCC.

Of what we know, both the variants got approval from the FCC to support CDMA/EV-DO 850/1900 band networks and LTE.  With a 4.3 inch display the Revolution sports the Android 2.2 OS run by 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor. The phone also packs high-quality dual cameras, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, HDMI port and Div X support. These are only the common features; still there must have been something that made LG unable to release the Revolution in US after the first approval.

The second mystery in the tale is the price the gadget will ask for, no concrete release date is set yet, although you can expect the Revolution to come to your nearest stores pretty soon!! So, are you going to be a part in the second coming of the Revolution?

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