Summary: It's always good to have choice, and the LG Revolution compliments Verizon's 4G LTE lineup by offering a device with a different design, an HDMI port, and Netflix support out of the box. The problem with the Revolution is that it's not revolutionary. There's nothing to distinguish this device from the other two 4G devices, and in most cases, one of the other two devices has a performance or feature advantage. Take the ThunderBolt, which also retails for $249.99. It...
Pros: Call quality; HDMI port and Netflix out of the box means you can watch movies while traveling.
Cons: Revolution is bulky and takes too long to charge. The user interface needs work as well.
Conclusion: The LG Revolution really doesnâ€™t bring anything new to the world of Android phones, but as you can see from our benchmarks, as a whole, Android phones are getting faster and faster. Unfortunately, the Revolution really doesnâ€™t have the battery life to back up that speed; what does speed really matter when the phone can hardly get you through the day and loses 25% of its battery when itâ€™s in standby for 11 and a half hours?
Summary: The LG Revolution works on the 4G LTE network; however, you must be in an area where your service provider offers 4G service for your 4G to work. Otherwise, it runs on a 3G network. The operating system isn't the most up-to-date system available, but it's not ancient either. The Revolution has a single-core processor that still packs enough power to accomplish your tasks.
Summary: Joining the ranks of Verizon’s LTE speed freaks, the LG Revolution released a few weeks ago, and we’ve finally gotten a chance to review it. While it’s LTE radio makes it stand out from the rest of the Android world, does this monster pack enough punch to be remembered as truly revolutionary or will it just be totally forgettable?
Summary: If you're looking for a phone to watch movies, do some heavy browsing and play games, you'll be satisfied with the LG Revolution. The Revolution's interface is less than polished, but its hardware is attractive.
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. This power-trio makes it possible to download movies and games in seconds, shoot HD videos and share them instantly, seamlessly multitask and browse the web.