It seems LG has made a couple of changes to the Revolution since we last saw it. As you can see in the picture above, it’s now sporting a new sexy black look instead of the dull grey backing from before. Of course, it’s still possible there may be two different color schemes in the pipeline for release later. Also of note, the Revolution will be using Bing as the default search engine instead of Google Search, and will feature the “LG User Interface”, which is sort of a TouchWiz/MIUI style overlay. All the other specs remain the same such as the 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, 5MP camera, 4.3 inch touchscreen, 1.3MP front camera, and HDMI support. The handset will launch with Android 2.2 and have Netflix support as well as wireless charging at launch.
Speaking of launch, it’s all but confirmed with an official press release that the LG Revolution will be available on May 26th from Verizon. No price has been announced yet, but expect it to be somewhere between $199 and $299, hopefully on the lower side of that range. Joining the HTC Thunderbolt and Samsung Droid Charge, the LG Revolution will be Verizon’s 3rd LTE phone.
[via Droid Life]