Verizon will launch the LG Revolution next week on May 26 along side DROIDX2 and Xperia Play making it the second high-end Android smartphone for the US. Coupling with Thunderbolt and Droid Charge for company the LG Revolution will lay out a deck of three smartphones with blazing 4G LTE network.
Although the Revolution does not match up to its predecessor, the T-Mobile G2X in processor speed, it does come up with a respectable 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3" display, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, 1.3MP front facing video call camera, HDMI output.
In addition, it is the first LTE handset to ship with Bing search rather than Google which might disappoint many. The smartphone will also be installed with the Netflix application, making it the sixth to have so.
With the 26th just a few days away, Verizon customers seem quite a contented lot with so many Android phones up for the grabs.