The LG Revolution’s release date as we discussed on last Saturday, is expected to be May 12th, but not on May 25th, as suggested by its press shot. Folks over Droid-Life have got some trusted news from their Verizon friends, that the two more handsets also will be launching on the same date – the unannounced Motorola Droid X 2 as well as a Windows Phone 7-based phone, and the long-rumored HTC Trophy.
If this rumor turns out to be true, LG Revolution might be the second 4G LTE capable smartphone to hit the Verizon airwaves as the Samsung Droid Charge has already been delayed and no confirmation about its release date yet. A few days back, we’ve reported that the Verizon’s HTC Trophy with Global phone capabilities is set to release on May 12th. So the 12th of May should be the date marked for in your calendar. The unannounced and unconfirmed Motorola Droid X 2 handset is still mysterious to us. This handset has also been spotted in Best Buy’s inventory system. It is expected to be Verizon’s first dual-core Tegra 2 CPU powered handset.
LG Revolution has got a huge display of 4.3 inches, flash equipped 5MP camera and a front-camera too, bolstered by 1GHz CPU, 16GB memory storage, Netflix app support (first Android phone), HDMI port and more.
HTC Trophy is a global phone, and it is the first phone for Verizon Wireless, filled with Windows Phone 7 OS. It is featuring a 3.8” Super LCD display, 5MP camera around its back, Qualcomm 1GHz inside and more.
[Via: Droid Life]