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Chart: Verizon 4G LTE Android Phone Lineup

We thought a quick chart of Verizon’s 4G LTE lineup would be a nice way to display their known specs and to help fuel the arguments as to which phone tops them all.  Some of the information isn’t 100% confirmed so we’ve left it as “N/A” for now, but things like RAM are probably 512MB across the board.  Also, the Thunderbolt and Samsung device likely have anywhere from 2-8GB on-board, but we could not confirm either.

It’s a little sad to see that not one of these 4G LTE devices will come with stock Android, but those kinds of phones are 1 in 1,000 these days.  Overall though, you have to be impressed by the lineup, although it would have been nice to see the LG device sporting a dual-core since they were all giddy about their Optimus 2X.  Each devices sports a 4.3″ screen of some sort though, plus they’ll all have front-facing cameras to take us into the next fad in smartphones.  Enjoy!  

Our coverage of each device:

  • Gbush

    To all you losers waiting for the Bionic . . .  HA HA (in the tone of that kid on The Simpson’s).  I bought the “Charge” two months ago and it is a great phone.  It has everything the Bionic will have except the dual core processor.  I don’t care!  This thing is speedy . . . 4G is totally wicked!!!

    My daughters just both used their upgrades to get Moto Droid 3’s.  Sweet phone, but no 4G and no Super AMOLED Plus screen.  They couldn’t resist the BOGO so they each paid $75.  Damn good price for that phone!

    Fortunately, I have 4 phones on my plan and my next upgrade is early October. I’ll wait for all you Bionic wannabees to find all the nasty glitches and then I’ll decide if I want to use my upgrade or wait for the next (better) phone.  In the meantime, I’ll be browsing in style on 4G with my Charge.  Thanks, guys!

    Wow!, I am a jerk sometimes  :)

  • Zachattack112

    I better get the bionic while I can before Verizon changes it’s data plans…

  • Jarrells74

    I had the thunderbolt but returned it cause of battery life. Its REALLY fast and a cool phone but I was lucky to make it to lunch at work without the battery running dead.. I need a phone I can use for a work day without charging atleast.. I didnt want the huge extended battery they offered at $50.. Hopefully this is a HTC issue and not an LTE issue..

  • Anonymous

    I think I will wait for second generation batch of phones.. Sometime in the summer. I want Vanilla/IceCream.. phone.. see what I just did there??