LG Lucid on Thursday, March 29th. The mid-range Android phone will be a surprisingly low $79.99, making it a pretty good deal for a brand-new 4G LTE phone. Of course that price will require a new two-year contract, and (argh!) a mail-in rebate. Disappointingly but not surprisingly, the phone will launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread (more than four months after the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich) but Verizon is already promising an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich - without giving a date. They're getting pretty good at that.
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LG Cayman) on and off for the last few weeks, most notably that it's due in Verizon stored next Thursday, March 29th. The leaked specifications for the phone were tentative and somewhat incomplete, but Droid-Life managed a peek at some internal documentation that seems to confirm most of the important stuff. The package shows a phone on the upper end of the mid-range, or at least Verizon's equivalent, which is about $150-200 for LTE devices. Sadly, there's still no official price for the upcoming phone.
PocketNow managed to snag a shot of the Verizon-bound LG phone previously known as the Cayman. As expected, it's a mid-range Gingerbread phone with the notable addition of 4G LTE. There's no verification from either LG or Verizon, but it looks like this one's headed our way on March 29th. While specs are short, speculation isn't: we expect this one to slide in under the LG Spectrum for between $150 and $200 with a two-year contract.