LG Spectrum and HTC Fireball to be Verizon’s first LTE World Phones?
Recently, we showed you a leaked shot of the LG Spectrum, which will be launched as a successor to LG Revolution. Now a new screenshot has been leaked, and it’s claiming that Verizon will launch the Spectrum along with a previously unknown HTC phone, the HTC Fireball. The Fireball could be the successor to Thunderbolt, but only time will tell. What’s more interesting is that both device are rumored to be the first ever LTE world phones, hence the “O” under the Global Phone column in the leaked Verizon inventory shot above. Non-global devices typically have an “N” under this column, so our best guess is that this means the Fireball and Spectrum will be released as global devices.
We hope to get our hands on a leaked shot of the Fireball soon, but there are no guarantees. As Verizon’s lineup of Android devices grows, it’ll be interesting to see how they handle the global front. By the look of that inventory shot, Big Red is trying to cover all the bases.
So even though not much is known about them, who’s excited about the Spectrum and Fireball? Sound off in the comments!
Source Droid Life
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