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 reason enough alone to buy this $249 device.
Conclusion: Being the third 4G LTE smartphone for Verizon, the LG Revolution finds itself in a pickle from the onset seeing that it’s going to be facing some uphill battles trying to find its identity on Big Red’s lineup. First and foremost, this is the third straight month that we’re seeing a similarly spec’d high-end LTE smartphone becoming available with the carrier – plus, it has to compete with the other recent high caliber non-4G smartphones that they currently offer.
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: There was a time when nothing new came from LG and people were really wondering and guessing about the next move from the digital giant LG. However those days are long gone and LG did come up with astonishing new gadgets after that period of draught. This time LG has come up with the all new LG Revolution which is set to be in same lines as the HTC Thunderbolt and Samsung Droid Charge. Let us delve deep into the same and find out what it is really capable of.