By Brandon Miniman | January 7, 2011 8:55 AM
LG has boldly named its first 4G LTE phone for Verizon the “Revolution“, though we couldn’t find anything revolutionary about it. It’s an Android 2.2.1 phone with a 4.3″ display, single core CPU with 512MB of RAM, and dual cameras. It also has HDMI out, DLNA support, and 16GB of internal storage. On paper in looks nice, but in-hand, it’s extremely thick. We’re thinking that the extra thickness is due to a larger battery, since the backing sort of has a large bubble shape to it. In terms of software, LG is using an interface that seems to be different than the S-Class found on the Optimus series of LG Android phones.