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Verizon Officially Announces the Samsung SCH-i520, LG Revolution, HTC Thunderbolt, and Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G

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Verizon announced a bunch of 4G devices at their press conference today and they include the Samsung SCH-i520 (which doesn't have a name yet), the LG Revolution, HTC Thunderbolt, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G. First up is the SCH-i520 from Samsung which features a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED+ display, an 8MP rear-facing camera with a flash, a 1.3MP front-facing camera, a 1GHz CPU, and Android 2.2 with the Touchwiz UI. Price and release date is still unknown for this one.

The second new smartphone the carrier revealed is the LG Revolution (above on the right). This one features a 4.3-inch display along with Android 2.2 with support for video chat, and you'll be able to use it as a mobile hotspot as well. Clearly, the complete spec sheet wasn't announced but we should know it before the event closes.

The third smartphone that has been made official today is the HTC Thunderbolt (above on the left). This features a 4.3-inch WVGA display, an 8MP camera with HD video recording, DLNA, WiFi / Bluetooth support, a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, video chat, and Android with the new Sense UI.

Update: Android Central has just mentioned the full spec sheet for the Thunderbolt. Other specs I missed include: a 32GB microSD card in the box, integrated Skype, a built-in keyboard, Dolby / SRS surround sound, and you'll be able to use it as a mobile hotspot.

Verizon has announced another device and this time it's a tablet. This one's the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G which obviously has LTE connectivity for the carrier. It's basically a slightly improved Galaxy Tab. It features the same 7-inch display and also has a 1.2GHz Hummingbird CPU along with a 5MP rear-facing camera (up from 3.2MP on the original model). Price and release date for this one is also unknown which is a common thing at CES.

Samsung SCH-i520 Now Official: Engadget
HTC Thunderbolt and LG Revolution Now Official: Engadget
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G Now Official: Engadget


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