Last Saturday, we showed you
pictures of a device that LG had put up a teaser page for, the LG LU6200 which is also rumored to be the LG Revolution 2. The first-gen LG Revolution was launched on May 26th and not enough time has elapsed to really start thinking about a sequel, even taking into consideration the shorter life cycles that most models have these days. Besides, the LG LU6200 is being aimed at the moment for the Korean market only, where pre-orders are starting on Sunday with a launch scheduled for early next-month. By the time the device reaches the States-if it ever does-more months will have gone by since the original LG Revolution was rolled out making the time between the original and sequel versions seem quite normal.
Some new pictures of the LG LU6200 have come to light and you can see that the words under the icons are printed in Korean. You might also note the U+LTE logo on the phone's back cover. This enhanced version of LTE supports theoretical download speeds as fast as 75Mbps
. Hopefully it won't be too long before LG decides to send the LU6200 Stateside where it will take its rightful place at Verizon most likely as the LG Revolution 2.
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