If the recent FCC filing uncovered confirms anything it looks like Verizon is slated to get another mid-priced 4G LTE handset heading to their shelves. We’ve seen plenty of the 4″ LG Connect 4G headed to MetroPCS as an LTE device, but the new filing also suggests it will be hitting Verizon too — along with the LG Spectrum.

The LG Spectrum is Verizon’s newest 4G LTE smartphone with a huge 4.5″ display and dual-core processor and with the Connect 4G they’ll have an even better priced phone available. The Connect 4G offers a 4.0″ NOVA display (not HD), and a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and 5 megapixel camera. Making this more of a mid-range device for the budget crowd.

You can’t really call this a mid-range phone but it’s one of the lower spec’d devices of the recently launched LTE phones for big red, and sits nicely under the larger brother released yesterday. With the new Spectrum costing just $199 with a new contract we suspect the Connect 4G will probably launch around the $149 price range. Making this one of the better price/performance 4G LTE smartphones around. While the design may slighter differ from the MetroPCS cousin hit the links below for more details on the Connect 4G LTE by LG.

[via wirelessgoodness]