Americans get a lot of cool stuff before the rest of the world, but phones that play nice with international networks is not one of them. Verizon customers in particular have a lot of frustration to deal with, since the CDMA network is totally useless almost everywhere else in the world. There are a smattering of globally operable phones on Verizon, including the DROID 2 Global, DROID 3 and the Incredible 2. But so far there haven't been any global-ready smartphones that take advantage of Verizon's LTE network. According to some leaked internal documentation from Droid Life, that may soon change with phones from HTC and LG.
The LG Spectrum might be better known as the Revolution 2 or the device that will replace the original Revolution. We've seen it a few times in the past and earlier this week actual images of the device were leaked online. Obviously being the bigger brother to the Revolution we have Verizon 4G LTE and more on board but this latest leak confirms all the specs.