PocketNow has obtained leaked press shots for the LG Spectrum — formerly rumored the “Revolution 2” — that is on its way to Verizon Wireless. Most likely seeing a CES announcement, the LTE handset is packing a 1.2GHz processor, 720p HD display, and an HD capable camera (probably 8MP). The LG Spectrum is a successor to Verizon’s LG Revolution, and doesn’t look too much different on the outside. I guess it’s the internals that really matter. It doesn’t appear the Spectrum will ship with Ice Cream Sandwich. At any rate expect the Spectrum sometime this winter season, hopefully with some ICS love.
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TechnoBuffalo has received exclusive photos of the Tips and Tricks manual that will be paired with the Droid Bionic when it lands in the coming weeks, and it shows us a few new things. The Bionic was rumored to have a 4.5-inch screen, but today’s report from TechnoBuffalo lists the device as having a 4.3-inch — only a subtle change..
Other things to note is that the Bionic will feature Atrix like connectivity, with the ability to be paired to a computer with an optional dock. This feature will give the Bionic features like wireless printing and a Firefox browser on the laptop. The device will also feature a bedside mode alarm clock feature and HDMI-out. The free Zumocast app will also stream media from your computer.
The manual also reveals the device will pack an 8-megapixel shooter with LED Flash and 1080p recording capabilities. To go with the great picture quality, the Bionic will feature three microphones around various parts of the device.
We’re hearing September 8th as the launch date, but in the mean time check out another photo after the break.