LG Announces New Spectrum LTE Smartphone

| January 15, 2012 |

When buying a new phone, you’ll often turn to a brand that you really trust, or depending on the spiel you get from your network provider you get the one with the cheapest deal.

Regardless, LG has steadily become a brand to trust in the smartphone market. It may sit quietly next to the likes of the iPhone, BlackBerry and even HTC, but it’s still a contender.

Take their new phone for example. Recently unveiled at this year’s CES in Las Vegas, the LG Spectrum LTE smartphone certainly looks like it’ll be a winner for the brand. The Spectrum comes with a large 4.5 inch True HD display, that’s the same high quality as the displays found on their TVs.

It also has a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor, Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, which will upgrade to Android Ice Cream Sandwich later this year. It has an 8 megapixel camera at the back and 1.3 megapixel camera at the front for quick portrait shots.

Don’t worry about storage space either, because it comes with 16GB as standard and can be boosted to 32GB. There’s good news for all you LG fans out there, as you won’t have to wait very long before you can get your hands on their latest device.

The LG Spectrum LTE smartphone will be released on the 19th of January and has an expected retail price of $200 (£130) on a cut price contract. If you’re looking for a sim-free phone, expect to pay closer to $550 (£375).





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