The rumored LG Revolution 2 will be hitting Verizon Wireless on January 19th. Like so many other phones with so many other code names, this device is undergoing a name change for its retail debut. It will be released as the LG Spectrum and it will be totin’ pretty impressive hardware for all you techies out there. Of course, like the original Revolution, it will have a 4G antenna for your broadband surfing needs.
Under the hood we have a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor. It sports an 8MP rear camera capable of shooting 1080p video in addition to a 1.3MP camera for video conferencing on the front of the unit. 1GB of RAM and 4GB of storage are also included with LG providing additional storage via a 16GB microSD card. It will ship with Android 2.3 and will most likely be updated to Ice Cream Sandwich in 2012. Another notable feature is that this phone can support up to 10 devices via the mobile hotspot. So, if you any of that sounds interesting to you, please head into Verizon on the 19th and put your money where your phone is.
via Droid Life