LG’s Tegra 2 Android phone for Verizon’s 4G Spotted

October 24, 2010
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First pictures of LG's upcoming Tegra 2 based smartphone have surfaced on Engadget. This has been pointed out to be ready for Verizon's future 4G LTE network as well as being able to capture 1080p HD video.

A few months ago, LG announced they will are currently developing a Tegra 2 Processor, making them the first handset maker to do so. This is most likely one of the devices that Verizon is readying to announce at CES next year as one of their flagship LTE devices.

Also a very visually impressive device, it has been said to look more sophisticated than Motorola's upcoming Tegra 2 phone with it's large mirrored display, and possible front facing camera. More details will definitely be coming as we near release and announcement, so stay tuned!

[Via Engadget]


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  • Anonymous

    I hope LG does a better job of supporting LTE on the Revolution with ample battery power than HTC did for the Thunderbolt.