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LG Spectrum (Verizon Wireless)

LG Spectrum (Verizon Wireless)
News from PC Magazine:

Samsung and HTC may lead in Android sales, but LG is intent on catching up—even at the high-end. The LG Spectrum ($ 199.99) offers everything you’d expect on a top-notch Verizon Wireless cell phone, including 4G LTE data speeds, a true high-definition (720p) display, and a powerful camera and 1080p camcorder. Our tests revealed a few significant flaws that weren’t immediately apparent given the Spectrum’s high-end specs, but it’s still a solid choice nonetheless.

Design, LTE, and Call Quality
Another big phone, the LG Spectrum is not as big as its peers. It measures 5.3 by 2.7 by 0.4 inches (HWD) and weighs five ounces; that’s an ounce lighter than the HTC Rezound ($ 199.99, 4 stars), but just a tenth of an ounce lighter than the Samsung Galaxy Nexus ($ 299.99, 4 stars). The shiny plastic rear cover looks a little flimsy, but the phone is lightweight for an LTE device, so it’s a reasonable trade-off. The 4.5-inch Gorilla Glass display is one of the Spectrum’s star features. It offers an ultra-sharp 720-by-1280-pixel r…………… continues on PC Magazine

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First Impressions Of HTC Sense 4.0 Arrives To The Internets
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HTC Sense is undoubtedly one of the most well-known skins among all the Android platforms — with its huge clock it’s both distinctive and instantly recognizable. Well, the boys at PocketNow had a chance to check out a non-final version of HTC Sense 4.0 who have been told to expect its arrival on upcoming HTC devices like the HTC Ville and HTC Edge.

First and foremost we’re told to look out for an emphasis on improved typography and a reduction of the visual clutter that has plagued Sense since its beginnings. For example, turning the device into landscape orientation will yield tabs on the right, instead of on the bottom to help maximize the amount of content that is displayed on the screen. The old-fashioned bubbly menus will also change to match the Ice Cream Sandwich simplified look with gray sliders and buttons with rounded edges.

A notable change or missing piece depending on how you view it, are on-screen keys in Ice Cream Sandwich, which are absent HTC Sense 4.0. HTC will continue to ship devices with “physical” buttons and not on-display ones. Though we should note that future HTC devices with Sense…………… continues on TmoNews

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