LG have revealed the it’s smartphone now which will heading to Verizon Wireless and the Spectrum which is very similar smartphone to Nitro HD had released for AT&T previously with featured a dual-core processor and 4.5-inch screen with 720p display.
The Spectrum built-in comes with 4G LTE connectivity and also high definition touch-screen which boast 339ppi featuring it as better then the iPhone 4S the display gets it’s from 1.5GHz with dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor with Google’s Gingerbread mobile operation system. Also possibly upgradable to the Ice Cream Sandwich already been promised by LG.
The device will be attending the CES 2012 in Las Vegas by this week, LG Spectrum has with 8 Megapixel camera and with the 1080p HD video recorder but the front camera is just 1.3 megapixel it’s the lower pixel then the backend, it also been built with the removable flash memory card which is expandable from 4GB to 16GB and a 1830mAh battery. US sports fans will also be pleased to hear the Spectrum arrives touting an exclusive ESPN ScoreCenter app, that will stream HD video to your mammoth-screened handset.
LG Spectrum will be available soon in Verizon stores from January 19 and priced at $199.99 with upfront 2 year contract.