Verizon LG Spectrum taking on Galaxy Nexus

Samsung’s new Galaxy Nexus running on Verizon’s network may soon be up against strong competition from LG’s new smartphone the “Spectrum.” Originally called the “Revolution 2,” the new LG has already wowed a massive number of people with its impressive specs listing.

For customers the wait is nearly over with a Verizon launch date set for January 19th, that’s just two weeks away. Incorporating a massive 4.5-inch True HD IPS display giving the advantage as androidpolice.com reported, that the screen benefits from what is known as “Real Strip” subpixel arrangement. In basic terms this means it will give out a sharper display then what is known as “Pen Tile” something of which other screens contain, and it doesn’t stop here!

The new Spectrum running with Android’s 2.3 OS also packs a huge 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor, 1.3MP front camera and equaling to many other smartphones that of an 8MP rear camera with benefit of 1080p video recording. Of course with the big red carrier Verizon on board, Spectrum customers will enjoy the 4G LTE network, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, 16GB microSD card and massive 1830mAh battery of which as an option can be upped to a 3000mAh extended battery if desired.

At this stage, pricing is still to be confirmed but expect it to follow on from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

Let us know if you tempted by the LG Spectrum?


One thought on “Verizon LG Spectrum taking on Galaxy Nexus”

  1. CelticBrewer says:

    All in all sounds good until I got to the 4GB of internal storage.  Yes, there’s a card, but most phones are 16 + card; or 32 built in.  Why are we going backwards on this one?

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