Verizon’s press conference at the ongoing CES 2011 just got over, and the company announced a bunch of new Android based LTE handsets including the HTC Thunderbolt and the LG Revolution. The LG Revolution supports HD video recording, 1080p playback and HD video streaming capabilities. The phone has a 4.3-inch screen and runs on Android 2.2 Froyo.
The phone also features 4G LTE and has a front facing camera for video chat purposes. Other features of the phone include DLNA, min-HDMI port, Bluetooth 3.0, and a 5MP camera with HD video recording. Sadly, neither Verizon nor LG mentioned anything about the processor being used in the Revolution.
Hopefully, LG will reveal more details about the Revolution in the coming few days. Verizon and LG also kept mum on the release date and the pricing of the device.