Ballistic says LG Revolution 2 cases are "in the works"

Ballistic says LG Revolution 2 cases are "in the works"
Oh hey! Look! It’s the LG Revolution 2, or as some people prefer calling it, the LG Spectrum for Verizon Wireless. Yes, we’ve been hearing (and seeing) plenty about this successor to the original LG Revolution, but it’s still relatively under the microscope in terms of specific details – like its specs and availability date.

Strangely, it looks like extreme case maker Ballistic is already moving forward in crafting a specialized case for the upcoming Android powered smartphone to keep it in good health after a drop to the floor – or a smack against the wall. Anyways, one of our skill eyed readers managed to take notice that the Ballistic Shell Gel Series case for the LG Revolution 2 is actually "in the works."

And by works, we’d assume that they’re mass-producing these babies as we speak – for an eventual launch, of course. Looking at the listing on its site, the case is graced with a retail price of $34.99, which might seem steep for any case, but considering that this isn’t an ordinary one, its pricing is quite justifiable.

We’ve seen leaked rendered shots of the LG Spectrum already, and by looking at the cutout for the handset’s 8-megapixel camera on the case itself, it does line up perfectly to the rendered shot from before. With CES just right around the corner, we’d bet that this handset will be making its presence known at the big show.

Thanks Darin!

source: Ballistic

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  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera) 1.3 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 1GB RAM
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  • Battery 1830 mAh
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