LG Verizon LTE Phone: First Glimpse into the Future

By Alan Ng - Oct 25, 2010

We have some exciting news for those of you who are interested in picking up a LTE-compatible handset on Verizon, as we have some images of what looks to be LG’s debut 4G-capable handset for Verizon.

The pictures come to you courtesy of Engadget, who obtained them courtesy of their unnamed source. There are two solid pictures to check out, giving you a look at the front and back sides of the unannounced device.

Engadget state that you can just about make out the LTE logo on the back of the device, while they also point out that there are markings for WiFi as well.

Early specs obviously include a HD camera of some sort, but the ‘mirror-life’ display screen also looks to be a significant feature of this device too. Check out the pictures below and let us know your thoughts on it.

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  • there are buttons

    you dont see the 4 buttons on the side?

  • button

    Where's the buttons on the front? I hate phones that don't have a few buttons to make life easy.

  • Not A Fat Brick

    Doesn’t look like a FAT BRICK! Lol