There is just something about spyshots that tend to pique our interest – could it be due to the fact that huamns are suckers for morsels of information, gossip and controversial stories? Well, for those who are interested in seeing a new handset before it hits official channels, above would be a shot of the LG Revolution from Verizon Wireless. Touted to roll out this coming May 26th, the FCC approved LG Revolution will sport Bing as the default search engine, while running on Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
It seems as though the smooth black cover suits the device very well, but there was a silver back that was shown on a prototype version of the device back at CES 2011 earlier this year. Interestingly enough, the packaging itself does seem to be quite similar to that of the HTC Thunderbolt, but to wiled and Android-powered device that has no “with Google” branding might seem to be a bit weird to some who have already gotten used to such a setup for the longest time already. Are you looking forward to May 26th?
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