While Verizon’s 4G LTE-connected devices have plenty of features, there’s been one specification that has been missing from every single phone launched since the start with the HTC ThunderBolt, and that is global capabilities. But it looks like that may be changing, and not with just one phone, but two. We’ve heard and seen the LG Spectrum before, and we’ve got a pretty clear idea what that device will look like, along with its feature’s list. But the Fireball is still a mystery, even if we do have one more piece to the large puzzle.
As it stands right now, there’s still not much information regarding the Fireball. We don’t know what it looks like, and we don’t know just how powerful it will be. Based on model numbers, though, it puts it somewhere between the recently released HTC Rezound and the aforementioned HTC ThunderBolt. The Spectrum is a high-end device from LG with top-notch specifications, and we can now apparently add global support to the check-list, too. The image you’re looking at above suggests both devices will be global-ready when they launch — whenever they launch.
Have you been waiting to get your hands on a global-ready LTE device?