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LG Revolution

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LG Revolution Video Review Part 2

phonedog.com
30 July 2011

LG Revolution Video Review Part 1

phonedog.com
27 July 2011

LG Revolution Written Review by Aaron

phonedog.com
27 July 2011
  • 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.
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.4
Design 8
8.0
Features 10
10
Performance 8
8.0

LG Revolution Reviewed: 4G Android Smartphone on Verizon

Bright Hub
25 July 2011
  • Excerpt: The Revolution is another new Android smartphone from LG. Unveiled at CES 2011, the phone is set to be released on Verizon’s 4G LTE network. Find out all about it in this review.
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LG Revolution review

Techworld
3 July 2011
  • 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.
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Overall 7
7.0

LG Revolution (Verizon Wireless)

PC Magazine
2 July 2011
  • Conclusion: If you love Netflix more than making phone calls, the LG Revolution streams crystal-clear video at blazing speeds on Verizon's 4G LTE network.
  • Pros: Super-fast 4G speeds. Nice, bright screen. Smooth performance. Currently, the Verizon 4G phone to support Netflix streaming.
  • Cons: Mediocre call quality. Below-average camera. Uncomfortable earpiece. Default search engine and mapping app is Bing, rather than Google.
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Expert Review

TopTenREVIEWS
30 June 2011
  • Excerpt: The LG Revolution runs on the 4G LTE network. This multimedia phone has good screen resolution, a Froyo operating system and a single-core Snapdragon processor. It comes with a 16GB memory card and 16GB of internal memory. The LG Revolution also comes with Netflix preloaded, so you can enjoy movies right away. The back-facing camera on this phone has a good-resolution camera lens so you can take crisp, good-quality pictures.
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Verizon LG Revolution Review

pocketnow.com
30 June 2011
  • 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. Honestly, after one day with this device, you’ll see mobile technology in a whole new way.
  • Pros: + Large screen
  • Cons: - TFT display
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LG Revolution – a mid-range, modern smartphone with 4G LTE support for Verizon – user review

Gadgetmania
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 connection is more than enough, and it’s definitely more widespread.
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Overall 6
6.0

Review: LG Revolution

gadgetsteria.com
15 June 2011
  • Conclusion: The LG Revolution is hardly a revolution at all. There are lighter, faster, sleeker, smaller, better devices on the market. While it’s not a bad phone, there’s better to be had. Had LG made a few better software choices, I might have liked this phone a little more, and of course, that’s always fixable with a good rooting and ROM replacement. However, as is, I wouldn’t carry it in my pocket for my day to day.
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