LG Spectrum's User Guide ready for your perusal
If you're the type that loves to go through User Guides, we have a treat for you with the booklet for the LG Spectrum. In fact, you'll be reading the User Guide before the handset gets to show itself off at CES next week. Pricing is about the only thing still up in the air although Verizon seems to love that $299.99 contract price for dual-core LTE handsets. No matter how hard you wish for it though, Android 4.0 will not be installed on the LG Spectrum at launch. Instead it will be Android 2.3 powering the phone until the expected update to Ice Cream Sandwich.
To get to the User Guide for the LG Spectrum, click on this link.
3. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 3072; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)
like the Nitro it will be laggy thanks to its own LG UI.
4. omarc26 (Posts: 360; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
my nitro is not laggy at all yea its not as fast as my samsung galaxy s2 from att was. but its still much faster than my wifes atrix 2 at things like opening apps and stuff like that..
6. fleanote (Posts: 50; Member since: 14 Jan 2011)
don't worry, it'll be cheaper or free by summer...
7. pimpclark (Posts: 12; Member since: 27 Oct 2011)
Another expensive phone that can't do what I need it to do which is work out of the country. As a long time Verizon customer I am now considering ATT, at least any phone I get will work out of the US. I guess the "O" in the global field means nothing, maybe obsolete. Well, possibly when the MSM8960 appears in some phones I will have a chance at a real smart phone on Verizon. If high end smart phones with global capabilities are not available on Verizon by the end of the summer, hello ATT.
8. BigCTM (Posts: 8; Member since: 25 Oct 2009)
Actually this phone is going to be a world phone later this year according to a Verizon report today.