LG Spectrum is the first android handset from the Korea based company that feature HD resolution screen. It will be available for purchase at Verizon soon. sadly, it won’t be shipped with the Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Previously known as LG Revolution, the LG Spectrum is also the first android smartphone from LG that receive direct support from the big red carrier. Moreover, there’s already another android smartphone with HD screen that sit on the Verizon’s inventory, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
In term of pricing, LG Spectrum is aimed for anyone who’re looking for a high-end device with reasonably low price. Verizon will ask around $200 plus contract for each unit. It is slightly cheaper than Galaxy Nexus 4G, that currently priced at $300 with contract.
LG Spectrum is powered by Snapdragon S3 CPU that clocked at 1.5GHz. It also has a full gigabyte of RAM, 8.0 megapixels rear shutter, and front facing web camera. This handset will support for Verizon’s 4G LTE Internet connection.
It is still unclear if LG will provide an Android 4.0 update for this handset or not. So far, Samsung Galaxy Nexus is still the one and only smartphone that feature Android 4.0 out of the box.tags: Ice Cream sandwich, LG, Spectrum, verizon