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LG Spectrum (Verizon Wireless)

LG Spectrum (Verizon Wireless)
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LAS VEGAS–I’m starting to think that LG has a thing for HD, and I’m not complaining.

Not long after launching the LG Nitro HD, LG and Verizon announced the LG Spectrum, one of two new smartphones to inaugurate Sprint’s all-new 4G LTE lineup.

Although I didn’t have as long as I would have liked to acquaint myself with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread phone (eventually upgradeable to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich), I immediately liked it. In fact, I can say I clicked with it even more than the pretty lofty Nitro HD.

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LAS VEGAS–I’m starting to think that LG has a thing for HD, and I’m not complaining.

Not long after launching the LG Nitro HD, LG and Verizon announced the LG Spectrum, one of two new smartphones to inaugurate Sprint’s all-new 4G LTE lineup.

Although I didn’t have as long as I would have liked to acquaint myself with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread phone (eventually upgradeable to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich), I immediately liked it. In fact, I can say I clicked with it even more than the pretty lofty Nitro…………… continues on CNET

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LG Connect (MetroPCS)
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Editors’ note: As we currently have only a preproduction model of the Connect 4G, we are withholding an official CNET rating until we have a final model.

At CES this year, MetroPCS announced two new smartphones that will run on its 4G LTE network. One was the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G, and the other was the more spec-robust, LG Connect 4G.

The LG Connect 4G is MetroPCS’ first dual-core handset, but that’s not the only reason why it’s tapped as the carrier’s shining star. It also has one of the brightest screens on the market–complete with 700 nits of NOVA glory.

Of course, being a MetroPCS phone does come with a few cons, since it isn’t the biggest, fastest, or most reliable network available in the United States. But it’s always great to see more higher-end options for consumers who want to stick to a no-contract, prepaid plan.

The phone will be available to retailers come February, and there’s still no word on its pricing. Although we managed to get our hands on a preproduction unit, be sure to stick around CNET once we snag a postproduction unit to fully evaluate.

Design
At 4.6 inches long by 2.5 inches wide by 0.4 inches thick, the LG Connect 4G pulls off looking slim, with…………… continues on CNET

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