For a while there, it was rumored that Verizon was preparing a Revolution 2 handset, that’s now proved to be the LG Spectrum. Droid Life is reporting on this device, that’s pictured below and it’s supposed to be the same device that surfaced in the Verizon system last month with the codename VS920.


The handset comes with a 1.5GHz dual core processor, 720p HD display and an 8 megapixel camera capable of HD video capture. This is a LTE device, that will give the public yet another alternative between the Droid 4, Droid RAZR, HTC Rezound and Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The photo here is pretty small, but we can make out an appealing handset, that’s actually pretty slim when compared to its presumed predecessor. LG also stays true to its button placement, keeping the same design as all the Optimus units have had over the past year.

In case you’re guessing that this an US version of the LG Optimus LTE (or yet another version of the LG Nitro HD), you might be right, considering the specs available on this model. Keep in mind that it runs Gingerbread, but I’m sure it will receive Ice Cream Sandwich as soon as 2012 kicks in. Now we only have to find out the price and we’re all set…

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