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.
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. Right now you’ve got just 3 choices: the HTC Thunderbolt, Droid Charge and LG Revolution. The Thunderbolt and Droid Charge are neck and neck and the Revolution comes in third.
Pros: 4G LTE, large display, nice software customizations.