Review: LG Revolution
Phone Scoop takes a look at Verizon's latest LTE handset, the LG Revolution. This whopper of an Android smartphone offers a massive screen, fast data speeds, and a lot of other tastefully-managed features.
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LG's first 4G LTE smartphone for Verizon Wireless is the Revolution. While the only thing revolutionary about the handset is its size, the Revolution does have a lot to offer with its 4.3-inch display, speedy processor, powerful camera, and 4G radio.
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LG's first LTE phone for Verizon Wireless will be the Android-powered LG Revolution. PhoneScoop got hands-on time with a pre-production beta at Verizon's CES press conference.
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