The Verizon LG Spectrum 2 has been leaked in its full glory on the internet. The image also reveals that the phone is compatible with the 4G LTE network (not unexpected, considering the carrier) and even features NFC-certification.
Referring to a ‘trusted source,’ TechnoBuffalo has confirmed that the LG VS930 is nothing but a successor of the previously introduced Spectrum smartphone. The website also reports that it is not the first time that the phone’s pictures have surfaced on the web. The Verizon-bound device shows off its 4G LTE marking, thus verifying that it will offer relatively fast internet speeds. Besides this, it also boasts of UMTS and international GSM support to ensure global roaming.
The front panel apparently houses a True HD IPS screen, much like most other recent LG phones. This display provides a multi-touch real-estate spanning 4.7 inches. The device in question gains steam from a dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chipset that ticks at 1.5GHz and allows users to launch multiple applications at the same time. Featuring 1GB RAM, it ships with 16GB onboard storage.
And do we really need to mention that the Spectrum 2 has been deployed with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform, version 4.0.4 to be precise. A Jelly Bean update for the phone may be in the pipeline. Along with NFC, it should also be compliant with communication options like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. And if that’s not enough, the South Korea-based manufacturer has added an 8MP camera to the mix.
The Verizon LG Spectrum 2 price and release date have not been revealed.