LG’s 4G LTE Revolution smartphone hits the FCC on its way to Verizon
LG’s Revolution Android smartphone for Verizon made its debut at CES this year. The device features a spacious 4.3” display with a 480 x 800 resolution, 1GHz Qualcomm SnapDragon processor, 16GB of internal memory, front (1.3 megapixel) and rear (5 megapixel) facing cameras, Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS. The Revolution can also output 720p HD video via HDMI, and demos of this feature at CES were impressive.
Yesterday, the Revolution, aka LG VS910, made an appearance on the FCC with support for Verizon’s CDMA/EVDO 850, 1900 network. The device also offers support for Verizon’s 4G LTE 700 network – making the Revolution one of three LTE phones schedule to launch on Verizon in the near future.
We don’t have an official launch date for the Revolution, but the device is expected to launch by the end of the month on Verizon. Yesterday’s FCC filing for the Revolution suggests that the device is on schedule for a March launch. Interestingly, if Verizon’s problems with the HTC ThunderBolt continue, the Revolution could be the first 4G phone released for Verizon.
Check out a video of the Revolution at CES below.