LG Optimus LTE II Looks to Pip Galaxy SIII; Verizon Unveils Optimus Device as LG VS930

LG has been toiling over  the past few nights to come up with a phone that could turn the tables for them.

As the strongest competitor in the high end division is the Galaxy SIII, they did plan to out run the Sammy device and the outcome is the LG Optimus LTE II aka VS930.

Verizon introduced this model and is calling it the VS930. Whatever the name, the specs looks very promising.

Running Android 4.0.4 ICS, the phone is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 SoC.

The viewing experience is enhanced by the 4.7-inch ‘True HD display that has a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. With 16GB of built-in storage and Global radio support (GSM/UMTS/CDMA/LTE), this phone also has NFC technology embedded to it.

The phone is set to roll out with 2 or 3 programmable tags as well. The Samsung Galaxy S III on Verizon and other U.S. carriers also currently features 2GB of internal storage, so LG would most likely go with the same spec in that area.

Announced on 3rd May this year, the LG Optimus LTE II is a much anticipated phone from LG and the specs are chosen to attain what is honorably theirs.

In the past, Verizon has limited their device lineup to just one LTE LG device per year and it looks like they are adapting to survive in the competitive market as well.

With more smartphones coming up, the expansion of devices into the next spectrum bands is not so far away and hopefully life will become easier then.

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