The LTE-toting LG Revolution
is still the most recent phone to debut on Verizon's 4G lineup -- at least for another week or so
, that is -- but we're already seeing clues to the phone's sequel popping up. We saw the Revolution 2 show up on a leaked roadmap
so the mysterious follow-up has been on our radar, but we weren't expecting to see it quite this early. Yet here it is: the LG VS920, complete with Verizon's LTE Band 13
, global GSM / EDGE and 900 /1900 / 2100 WCDMA and HSPA, has received the FCC's blessing. Now, it doesn't specifically come out saying it's the successor, nor does it signify its relation to the previous device; since the original Revolution is designated the LG VS910
, however, we're taking the liberty to put two and two together here. Check out the gallery below for more measurements and diagrams.
LG VS920 FCC docs
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