The duel between Samsung and LG to make the thinnest TV set has been moved into the phone business. So, right now LG has 4 world premieres on its hands: Optimus 2X (first commercially available dual core phone), Optimus 3D (first 3D camera and 3D display phone), Optimus Black (first front 2MP camera phone) and finally LG Revolution (the first Voice over LTE phone).


LG Revolution is the first Verizon handset able to make voice calls over the 4G LTE network, according to the carrier. The handset will debut this summer, but without the VoLTE capability, that will arrive in early 2012. The obvious appeal is getting higher quality calls and improved voice clarity.

This new LG model is also appealing in the specs department, with a 4.3 inch WVGA touchscreen, 5MP autofocus camera, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, HDMI and DLNA. The phone also supports Qi wireless charging and you can check out its bulky design in the video below:

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