We've already heard about the HTC Vigor – rumored to be nothing short of best specced device we've seen so far, flaunting a dual-core 1.5GHz chip and a 4.3” screen with resolution of 720 x 1280, but if that wasn't enough, the phone is to be the first with Beats Audio. Sources of Droid-life have reportedly gotten information about builds of the Vigor and the yet unannounced LG Revolution 2.
Beats logo in its bootup sequence, but further details as to exactly how will this improve the sonic qualities of the upcoming handset remained a mystery. But the rest of the spec sheet was confirmed, so now we can have more confidence that the future HTC Vigor will indeed have a 4.3” screen, 1GB of RAM, 16 gigs of internal storage, 8-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front-facing cameras, while on the software front it will run an updated HTC Sense, version 3.5. Sounds familiar? The handset reminds of Verizon's HTC ThunderBolt sans kickstand, but we're yet to hear something about 4G connectivity.The Vigor has reportedly got the
The LG Revolution 2 on the other hand seems like a lock for 4G LTE, but its most impressive feat might be the spacious 4.5” screen with a resolution similar to the one on the Vigor combined with razor-sharp sleek profile, thinner than that of the iPhone 4. So after all, while phone makers have been relatively quiet with new launches recently, a storm might be coming up.