The LG Spectrum with 4G LTE capabilities has now hit availability status on Verizon Wireless. The Droid Razr price was recently dropped to $199 on Verizon and the latest smartphone arrives with the same tag, adding to the number of LTE powered handsets available under the $200 bracket via the carrier.
The LG device wraps in a 4.5-inch True HD display, while the rear-facing panel sports an 8MP snapper. The primary camera is complete with AF, LED flash and comes with 1080p video recording capabilities. Additionally, taking care of video chats is the front-facing 1.3MP camera. The handset is fueled by a Qualcomm 1.5GHz dual core processor. The Gingerbread slice can be upgraded to bring forth the taste of Ice Cream Sandwich for enhanced multitasking abilities on this fast 4G powered device.
With support for Dolby Digital Plus, users can indulge in HD content by streaming up to 7.1-channel surround sound through their home entertainment systems. There is also something in store for sports buffs as the phone is pre-loaded with the ESPN ScoreCenter app to keep them constantly updated. Another connectivity feature comes in the form of the handset’s mobile hotspot capability, wherein the 4G LTE connection can be shared with about ten Wi-Fi enabled gadgets.
The LG Spectrum price sums up to $199.99 with a new two-year contract and it can now be purchased through Verizon Wireless. Folks grabbing this handset will be required to subscribe to the carrier’s Nationwide Talk plan which brings $39.99 monthly access along with the smartphone data package that starts at $30 for 2GB.