LG Revolution

Verizon Q2 pricing leaked, what DROID is right for you?

DROID... You've all seen the commercials, and the red eye on all of the top tier Verizon Wireless Android Smartphones. So what is right for you? I guess this varies from person to person depending on needs, availability, pricing and all those other exciting things like 4G LTE or a front facing camera. They are tough choices with phones getting better and better lately. It seems they all are just awesome.

LG Revolution pictured again, coming to Verizon as 4G LTE device

The LG Revolution has been quiet since we heard about it at CES, and even did a little Hands-On. Back then everyone was being quiet about what processors all these Verizon phones would have. So that hands on report saying 1 Ghz could very well be wrong, as things change so fast in this crazy mobile industry. It will probably launch with a Tegra 2, we wont know til more details emerge.

Netflix for Android found in LG Revolution Dump

Oh my goodness how big a piece of news an app can become when its been held back from a platform. Netflix is a big deal. I mean a really big deal. Some people (myself included) use Netflix instead of a TV. I can't have Netflix on my Android? That's terrible! But wait, they've discovered a Netflix app inside a system dump of the LG Revolution? Well now lets have a look at it!

LG Revolution [4G LTE Version] FCC Listing [Out Before ThunderBolt?]

Behold the loveliness that'll be coming out via Verizon this year, one whose name is not unknown to us, but not on the hot 4G LTE network Verizon now offers. This is the LG Revolution 4G LTE edition, one with a 4.3" display with 480 x 800 resolution, a fat 1GHz Qualcomm SnapDragon processor, and 16GB of internal memory. There'll be a 1.3-megapixel camera on the front, a 5-megapixel camera on the back, and connections along the lines of Bluetooth, Wifi, and GPS.

CTIA to showcase new LG Phones

CTIA is adding LG Phones to it's list of breaking news before the wireless confab later this year in Orlando. Although no details are offered, there is hint that along with the LG Revolution, these new phones are finalists for the annual CTIA E-Tech award. Other phones nominated include the Motrola Atrix and the HTC Thunderbolt. And while the identity of the LG phones remains a mystery, the talk is that T-Mobile will be the carrier that launches them.

LG Revolution to have inductive charging plate (optional)

LG is very busy at Mobile World Congress this year and it's new LG Revolution is not only going to be running Android 2.2 (Froyo), but will also come with an optional inductive charging plate for wireless charging.  The plate takes advantage of Fulton Innovation's "eCoupled inductive coupling technology.

Verizon Makes World’s First Voice Over LTE Call on a Commercial Network

It's been reported today, announced by Verizon, confirmed by Verizon Chief Technology Officer Tony Melone, that Verizon had officially completed the world's first successful voice over LTE call on a commercial LTE network. This was a live, IMS-based VoLTE (voice over LTE) call on Tuesday, February 8th, 2011, in the morning at 9:45 AM ET. This call was made by Balaji Raghavachari, manager of technology for Verizon Wireless, with none other than an LG Revolution 4G which we of course got a quick look at during CES 2011.

Verizon upgrades LTE support with voiceover for the LG Revolution

When Verizon launched the LG Revolution at CES last year, there wasn't much talk about voice calling over 4G.  But with more and more states passing legislation requiring hands free phone use,  and Verizon expanding their LTE network dramatically this year, it seems the telco has made a mid course correction and decided that voice calling over their LTE network is not only necessary, but immanent.  And the LG Revolution will be it's first 4G offering to support the new VoLTE standard.

LG Revolution Quick Look [Video]

LG has not quite been the focus of this year’s CES 2011, but that doesn’t mean they will not be a key player for 2011. First with the introduction of the LG Optimus 2X and now with the less powerful LG Revolution, LG is back as a player in the current market.
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