Good LTE reception, sharp 720p IPS display.
Fast 4G LTE speeds; Large bright 720p display; Crisp 8-MP camera
Excellent 720p display, Fast LTE connectivity, Solid call quality
Massive, ultra-sharp 720p screen, Great battery life, Sharp camera and camcorder, Thin and light for an LTE phone.
The LG Spectrum has fast LTE speeds, a dual-core processor, Android 2.3, and lots of HD video features, including a stellar 4.5-inch HD display.
Sometimes laggy and occasional crashes.
Poor battery life, Bland looking design, Shoots poor looking photos & videos
Short battery life; Clunky interface; No dedicated Search button; Flap covers USB port
Body feels and looks ugly, LG's UI skin is an eyesore, Bad battery life
Sluggish gaming benchmarks, Some voice quality issues.
Call quality and camera quality are inconsistent, and the Spectrum's interface can be cumbersome at times.
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
The LG Spectrum will be a very nice addition to your smartphone collection. Fans of the company will find it very worthy of their money and...-
By HotHardware on April 19, 2012
With its 4.5-inch True HD IPS display that supports a high resolution of 1280x720, the LG Spectrum is sure to attract users who have a keen eye for graphics and multimedia content. Sports fans will also appreciate some of the included apps and...-
By Pocketables on April 09, 2012
Specifications Powering the Spectrum is a hefty 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor, paired with 1GB of RAM. This pushes images to the device's brilliant 4.5-inch True HD IPS 720p display, backed by an 1,830mAh battery to keep things running...-
By techcrunch.com on March 20, 2012
The LG Spectrum isn’t necessarily my favorite phone. It’s got pretty nice specs and a killer screen, but there’s something to be said about the way a phone draws you in from across the room. I don’t mean to get all romantic or dramatic about it, but...-
By TechRadar on February 25, 2012
While the LG Spectrum has some standout features, it's outclassed by other Verizon 4G LTE handsets when it comes to important details like call quality, battery life, OS usability, and included version of Android. Compared to phones like the Samsung...60
By Mobile Magazine on February 14, 2012
LG’s newest flagship device has arrived on Verizon, but haven’t we seen this device before? Essentially, the LG Spectrum is in fact very similar to the 4G LTE supporting LG Nitro HD on AT&T and the LG Optimus LTE north of the border with...80
By Pocketnow on February 06, 2012
It is unfortunate that the LG Spectrum couldn't live up to its own marketed expectations, even with the partnership with LucasFilm. All the flagship hardware involved, specifically the dual-core Snapdragon processor, were enough to make this phone a...60
By Engadget on February 01, 2012
Let's just get this out of the way, shall we? If the LG Spectrum looks familiar, you're not imagining things. It may have been a highlight at the company's CES press event last month, but the handset bears more than a passing resemblance to...-
By Phone Arena on February 01, 2012
Based on the current selling prices of both phones, $200 for the LG Spectrum and $250 for the 32GB Motorola DROID RAZR, we have to put our money on Motorola’s pride and joy since it’s boasting a lot more quality elements over its rival. Flaunting one...-
By Phone Arena on January 31, 2012
Needless to say, some will think long and hard between the two smartphones after looking over their on-contract prices. At $200, the LG Spectrum seems mightily tempting for a 4G LTE smartphone, but in all honesty, we’d recommend forking over the...-