Despite the fact that there has been several rumors floating around about a possible successor to the LG Revolution and a roadmap leak which suggested the Revolution 2, not much has been known about the purported device, at least until now when an LG device was spotted at the FCC.
The LG model spotted at the FCC was sporting the model number VS920 and according to the FCC specifications, it features Verizon’s 4G LTE connectivity, leading some to believe that this could indeed be the LG Revolution 2, or whatever name the successor to the Revolution will be.
Given that the LG Revolution’s model number is VS910, it’s not a stretch of the imagination to think that this could indeed be the LG Revolution 2. Unfortunately not much is known about the device’s specs, so it looks like LG Revolution owners looking to make the upgrade will have to wait and find out if the Revolution 2 will be worth it.
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