LG Revolution Review
LG Revolution is the third handset for Verizon which would be on 4G LTE network. It’s now also the lowest priced mobile phone if you want to experience 4G LTE on Verizon. So let’s check out LG Revolution mobile phone.
Table of Content:
We through the LG Revolution handset with -
- LG Revolution Hardware & Design
- LG Revolution Software & Performance
- LG Revolution Features
- LG Revolution Camera
- LG Revolution Battery Life
- LG Revolution Price
- LG Revolution Image Gallery
The LG Revolution has got 4.3 inches WVGA LCD display which supports more than 16 million colors. It’s capable of providing some sharp visuals, high contrast and saturated colors. Beneath the display you find the touch sensitive Android buttons. The features like accelerometer sensor, proximity sensor, touch sensitive controls and multi-touch input methods are almost available in most of the high-end mobile phones.
On the left edge of the phone is the microUSB with plastic flap. The top side includes 3.5 mm audio jack and the power button. On the right edge we have the volume rockers keys.
It includes 1 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM 8655 processor which is the routine trend as of now this year which offers a good responsive and quick performance. Although a dual core would have made to operate the mobile phone faster.
The package contains the following materials – LG Revolution, 16GB microSD card preloaded, microUSB cable, Wall Charger, Quick Start Guide, Product Safety & Warranty Brochure.
LG Revolution is got Android 2.2 Froyo operating system which can be upgraded to Gingerbread with manual updates. It’s a bit of surprise that it comes with Froyo rather than the latest trends of Gingerbread.
This device is like most of the smartphones out there in the today’s market. It’s generously quick in loading apps, changing the home screen and the internet speed is good enough.
The 4G LTE connectivity without any question is the best feature of this mobile phone. The surfing on the web is quick with page loads up quickly. It offers Wi-Fi connectivity with 802.11 b/g/n as an alternate data connection. Bluetooth 3.0 allows connecting with other devices wirelessly. It also includes the mobile tethering up to 5 mobile phones.
Coming out of the box, it’s included with 12 GB of internal memory storage and an addition 16 GB of microSD card along with it brings a total of 28 GB free for you. You can still increase the memory by adding 32GB memory card to add additional memory.
One would like to play various games on their Android mobile phone and nevertheless LG Revolution brings various preloaded games like Amazon Kindle, Bitbop, Blockbuster, City ID, Slacker, Let’s Golf 2, Polaris Office, Rhapsody, Rock Band, and TuneWiki. Moreover, it’s not a Verizon device if we don’t find the usual crew of apps such as Backup Assistant, My Verizon Mobile, V CAST Apps, V CAST Media Manager, and VZ Navigator.
It includes predefined a GPS for the GPS navigation and location basis services. The phone includes HDMI port and microUSB port would allow users to connect with various devices and you know how important HDMI port and microUSB port on Android mobile phone are.
It includes Netflix for you to watch TV shows and movies online. Its subscription is priced at $ 8 per month. The organizing and messaging on the phones with Calender, Alarm Clock, Voice recorder, weather and Desktop Home apps is ordinary like other mobile and has nothing special feature than routine.
It features an impressive 5 mega pixel camera with autofocus and LED flash. Yes, it’s possible to have 720p HD video recording with the rear camera and the secondary camera of 1.3 mega pixel which is located on the front side just beside the speakers can be used for video calls and video chat.
The LG Revolution includes a rechargeable Lithium ion based 1500 mAh battery which offers 6 hours of talk time and a day during standby.
The LG Revolution is priced at $ 199 for two years contract with Verizon and its now the lowest priced LTE handset.
LG Revolution would be the third 4G LTE smartphone on Verizon which means that it can compete with other recent high-caliber no 4G smartphones. LG Revolution will compete Samsung Droid Charge and HTC ThunderBolt among its variants. But LG Revolution is more like a common high-end mobile phone with 4G LTE on Verizon.