LG Revolution successor, the Spectrum, gets spied in render form
We’re getting our first look at the successor to the LG Revolution thanks to leaked renders which surfaced over on PocketNow. Details for the 4G LTE ‘Spectrum’ handset look promising and keep right in line with other high-end Android smartphones. Hardware includes a 720p HD display, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, an 8-megapixel camera, and support for Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
Specifications match up nicely with the Optimus LTE and closely resemble AT&T’s Nitro HD. We’ll have to wait for a better look at the Revolution’s heir however we can already surmise that it is thinner in design.
At this point there is no hard indication as to when we’ll see the Spectrum but we’re leaning toward a CES announcement. Assuming it debuts in the next few weeks, we feel bad for Verizon subscribers. The recent string of Android smartphones would have us in decision paralysis.
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