Verizon Releases the LG Revolution, Droid X2, and Xperia Play
Just a reminder that the LG Revolution, Droid X2, and Sony Ericsson Xperia Play are all available from Verizon as of yesterday. One of these devices fits just about everyone. If you want to know a bit more on each phone, here’s a quick recap:
The LG Revolution is a 4G LTE device that offers a fast 1 GHz processor and a high 4.3” screen. The LG Revolution is perfect for the media junkie because that 4.3” screen is perfect for games, videos, and browsing the web. Plus the added 4G LTE makes loading content fast! It’s even has Netflix preloaded on the device so you can stream your favorite movies and shows.
The Xperia Play is the world’s first PlayStation Certified phone. The Play offers a nice 4” screen with a slide-out game pad for the ultimate gaming experience. Not to mention the speedy 1 GHz processor, you can play games like Minecraft** and other great titles at full speed.
The Droid X2 is the ultimate solution for any powerhouse user out there. This is because the Droid X2 is equipped with a dual core 1 GHz processor, that offers twice the speed of the two aforementioned devices. Not to mention the massive 4.3” screen, which is great for media viewing and web browsing, and an 8MP camera so you can take high quality shots that virtually put your point-and-shoot out of use.
*Price available with a new 2 year contract
**Coming soon exclusively to the Play
Of these three phones, which do you like the most? Leave your comment below or on our Facebook Wall!
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