Excerpt: According to Verizon’s site, and we quote, the LG Revolution “is a major wow-machine. Superior speed is found when the 1GHz Snapdragon Processor and LG’s 4G LTE modem are combined with Verizon’s 4G LTE Network.
LG Revolution – a mid-range, modern smartphone with 4G LTE support for Verizon – user review
24 June 2011
Conclusion: At $249 with a contract, the LG Revolution isn’t much of a good purchase from Verizon, which has some much more attractive offers for the price. Of course, 12 mbps and 5 mbps download and upload speeds is great, but I bet most people will never achieve them nor need them – a good 6/1 Mbps 3G/4G...
Excerpt: LG and Verizon are touting the Revolution as a multimedia powerhouse. With a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, FLOMAX no prescription , FLOMAX pharmacy , 4.3” capacitive touchscreen, 16 GB pre-installed microSD card and the LG L2000 LTE modem chipset- this phone roars through tasks like an enraged bull.
Summary: The LG Revolution running on 4G LTE network of Verizon . This device features a 4.3-inch 480 x 800 pixel resolution TFT display and a single core Snapdragon MSM8655 1GHz processor, connecting with Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, HDMI, DNLA, and it’s got Netflix! The package contains:
Pros: Fast 4G LTE speeds, Crisp looking display, HDMI-out functionality
Cons: Horrible battery life, Below average calling quality, Constant disconnects with its mobile hotspot functionality, Bing-afied, Poor camera
Summary: Verizon now offers three very strong 4G smartphone choices, and in some ways the LG Revolution is better than both the HTC Thunderbolt and the Samsung Droid Charge. It has a brighter display than both of those handsets, and it's the only one of the bunch with Netflix on board, which for some will be...
Excerpt: Aaron reviews Verizon's LG Revolution , the carrier's third 4G device and the second high-end LG smartphone to land on a US carrier. Specifications include a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch display, 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording capabilities, a front-facing shooter for video...
Excerpt: Move over HTC ThunderBolt and Samsung DROID Charge, a new 4G LTE device is in the house! Aaron takes a look at the LG Revolution , one of Verizon's 4G devices announced at CES earlier in the year.
Conclusion: 4G LTE is the way of the future. No doubt a year from now you’ll be kicking yourself for not getting a 4G phone if you live in a large metro area where coverage exists or is coming soon and you use data frequently.
Pros: 4G LTE, large display, nice software customizations.