Well, what do you know: it looks like the LG Optimus LTE II will be known as the LG Spectrum 2 when it launches on Verizon, if the image that was leaked to TechnoBuffallo is to be trusted. That shouldn't come as much of a surprise, actually. That is so because Verizon's LG Spectrum, which launched back in January, was but a rebranded version of the LG Optimus LTE. Last time we saw the LG Optimus LTE II tailored for Verizon (model number VS930) was when several photos of the device were captured exposing its front and back sides, as well as showing what was hidden under the battery cover.
on the handset's Korean model. 4G LTE connectivity, 16GB of storage, NFC, and Bluetooth 4.0 should also come standard. Interestingly, the smartphone will also support global roaming as it will be able to run on international GSM and UMTS bands, in addition to Verizon's CDMA Airwaves.
And that is pretty much all we have for now, with spicy details like pricing and availability left out of the equation. Hopefully, we'll be enlightened on the matter sooner than later. Do you like what the LG Spectrum 2 is shaping up to be? Let us know in the comments.