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Verizon’s Upcoming LG Lucid 2 Press Renders Leaked


This morning, an upcoming Verizon device from LG named the Lucid 2, has been spotted and plastered onto the web. The Lucid 2 will resonate with a large category of people who want access to 4G LTE devices, but for a budget-friendly price. The phone will feature a 4.3″ qHD display, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, and a 5MP camera.

The device is expected to launch onto Big Red sometime within the next month.

Via: Unwired View

  • Will

    its $349 with no contract. Good specs considering the price. And LG made this after the Nexus 4 so they should be better with the OS. I think this is a good deal for a lot of people. If you don’t like the UI you can get a 3rd party launcher or root it. But dual core, Verizons 4G, Jelly Bean for $349, you can do a lot worse.

  • Guest

    Is that very small bezel at bottom or soft keys looking like on-screen navigation bar keys?

  • talonace

    I love how people chime in opinions on mid level devices. Makes me laugh. In the end of all this is simply this…….To each there own. I have the Lucid and it actually gives the razr maxx a run for its money even beating it on load up time and 4G so what you mid level bashers have to say to that? See i can do it too but i have physical proof to back it up.

  • middlehead

    I’d consider this, depending on how much storage it has. I much prefer a 4.3 – 4.5″ screen and I don’t want on-screen buttons.

  • not much of a upgrade from the first one. if it was at least 720 P than maybe but this not so much.

  • Trevor

    Literally zero people are interested in this phone.

  • “And look at that beautiful verizon branding.” -No one ever

  • Dave

    Not every phone is going to be the equivalent of a mobile Alienware device. There is a market, a rather large one for mid range devices. Slamming a modest device isn’t necessary……

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  • Alex Farra

    Who actually buys these phones?

    • hkklife

      Well, my clueless father-in-law bought a Lucid 1 (along with about $200 in accessories the VZW salesguy managed to upsell him on) but that’s because he would not listen to me for an instant. He hates the phone with a passion (it’s his first smartphone) but I suppose he would have disliked the “free” iPhone 4 he was also looking at just as much.

      NO ONE wants these crummy low-end phones. If LG’s gonna get out a new device on Verizon this year, WHY could it not be the Optimus G Pro, especially the awesome 5.5″ version?

  • kuboo99

    It looks like a turd…

  • Guest

    Ewww…looks like a Droid X.

    • talonace

      Dang man, lol! one word RESEARCH! Idiot

  • Lucky Armpit

    Sad that a sub-par phone will have JB before the Razr Maxx and Galaxy Nexus.

    • chris125

      sub par phone with specs as good/better than those two phones.

      • talonace

        LOL right on chris!!! People, do your research before bashing a device, please. Youre all making fools of yourselves, LMAO!!

  • Dain Laguna

    i dont understand this device. doesnt lg already have a sub $200 lte device on verizon? its a little square but still. Verizon needs to stop it with the ‘exclusives’ and let oem’s offer true flagship devices across all carriers, including themselves. not every new phone to verizon needs to be a mid-ranger.

  • “And will never be updated to 4.2.2”

  • Capt. Crunch

    It’s my RAZR Maxx with a smaller battery and cheaper materials. Oh and a lower MP camera. Considering the OG RAZR is pretty much better or equivalent in every way and it’s free who would buy this?

    • Dain Laguna

      to be fair, i’m sure the camera is better 😉

  • dannyWHITE

    Everything cant be a “top of the line smartphone”, there are simple minded people out there that dont want all the high end features.

    • Gy

      That’s a little weird to equate not wanting “top of the line” with “simple-minded.”

      • Justin Winker

        I think what he means is that there are some that don’t need flagship-like specs on phones.

  • John Malin

    Glad to see they are keeping the menu button

  • Gy

    Looks a little bland, but not unlike a RAZR. It’s nice to see more competition in the all-too-often overlooked smaller format

  • Steve Benson

    Software keys FTW!

    • Thomas

      Yeah..but look at the big a$$ logo in the upper left hand corner 🙁

      • Steve Benson

        Yeah, there’s no way in hell I’d ever buy this phone, simply on the principal that Verizon is plastered all over it. It’s just nice to finally see a phone with software keys, no matter what it is.

        • AlphaNoble

          So I take it that you don’t own a Verizon Note II…

        • Detonation

          I don’t think those are soft keys.

    • joejoe5709

      Is it? They look capacitive to me.

  • Futbolrunner

    So coo..zzzzzzz..

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Yawwwwwwwwwwwwwnnnnnnn… Can we get a count down clock to the GS4 announcement and HTC One release date?

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  • joejoe5709

    LG’s answer to Moto’s RAZR M. This will be a great phone to put a cover on. Most boring phone design ever. Makes me sad that it has similar specs to my Gnex, other than the screen of course. Such is technology I suppose…

    • WAldenIV

      I can’t see anyone buying this over a Razr M.

      • talonace

        LMAO!!!! Seriously dude? The razr m sucks hardcore! I checked it out myself and it has got to be the most embarrasing droid ever.

      • chris125

        better screen, larger battery, and probably cheaper to buy will be why people buy it. Not to mention the camera on the M is pretty bad