Finally users of Verizon Wireless service have had the pleasure of owning the first ever LTE smartphone that hit their market. The HTC Thunderbolt has been a great success so far and it’s actually the most talked about handset still to this day. Our Thunderbolt forums are filled with rooting information and much more already so hop on in and take a look.
Geeks we know you all aren’t interested in the Thunderbolt alone and maybe you want more choices. Those choices are right around the corner. Take a look below at what we expect in the next few months coming from Verizon Wireless.
Verizon’s 4G devices coming soon:
1 ) LG Revolution – Scheduled to be the first phone released in the US to support Voice over LTE and is rumored to appear in Q2 of this year. Can you guess when that will be?
- 4.3-inch screen
- 1GHz Snapdragon MSM8655 processor
- Two cameras (Front and back) with LED flash
- 16GB built-in memory
- Mobile Hotspot
- Snapdragon MSM8655 processor
- 3D graphics hardware accelerator
- Android 2.2
2 ) Motorola Droid Bionic – Expected to be the first dual-core LTE handset in the States, this handset is expected to appear in Q2 of 2011 also. Some users say it’s already on the way, as in you will have it in the next few weeks.
- 4.3-inch qHD display
- two cameras (front and rear)
- 512MB of the desktop-grade DDR2 RAM
- 1930mAh battery
- Android (2.2)
3 ) Samsung 4G LTE (unnamed) – Also known as the Inspiration, Stealth, Stealth V and Droid Charge does not have a rumored release date as of yet.
- 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display
- 1GHz processor
- Two cameras (front and rear)
4 ) Motorola Targa – This is the codename of a Motorola phone that’s said to resemble the Motorola DROID X in several features. Nobody is quite sure just yet. Rumors suggest it will be available in the second half of 2011.
- Two cameras
- rumored to have a quad-core processor
- 13MP camera
- Android 2.2 is suspected
- microSD & microSDHC (max card size =32GB)
5 ) Samsung Galaxy Tablet 4G with LTE – A slightly modified version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, we aren’t sure when you can expect this one. There are very few changes however so take a look for yourself.
- LTE tablet
- 1.2 GHz processor
- Android but not sure what version
Looks like Verizon Wireless is aiming to keep LTE devices rolling out consistently. Geeks let us know what you think about these? Are you waiting patiently for them? Do you hope to see better specs? We want to know!