LG Spectrum Leaked; 4G LTE Handset to Ride Verizon Wireless

December 13, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A new smartphone designed for Verizon is likely to be seen soon from the LG stables. Christened LG Spectrum, the 4G LTE enabled handset is identical to the AT&T’s LG Nitro HD.

Earlier, the LG Spectrum, codenamed as the Revolution 2, is believed to be the sibling of the original Revolution released in mid 2011. The Android Gingerbread-powered device is rumored to be driven by a powerful 1.5 GHz dual-core processor.

The handset, packed with a 720p HD resolution touch screen, will be sporting an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording. The specially designed LG user interface will make the handset more charming.

On the storage capacity, the smartphone is said to be integrated with 1GB of RAM and 4GB built-in memory. Although the Spectrum has a close resemblance with the Nitro, the handset comes with more rounded edges and a small extra texture on the back.

Going by the pictures, we feel that the smartphone is slightly thinner than the Revolution. Meanwhile, the device, carrying the model number VS920, comes with a button layout similar to the Optimus line up phones.

Verizon is adding LG Spectrum to their shelves, which is already occupied with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Motorola Droid RAZR and HTC Rezound. This should be enough to give the customers a good winter line up of 4G LTE handsets to choose from.

The pricing and release date of the LG Spectrum is still hidden. Stay tuned as we go for more LG Spectrum details.

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