The LG Revolution
Measures 5.1 by 2.6 by 0.5 inches (HWD)
And weighs 6.1 ounces. That's a hair lighter than the Thunderbolt, but over an ounce heavier than the Droid Charge. It feels solid, but heavy. Clad in soft-touch black plastic, with a few silver accents, the Revolution has a nice, luxurious feel.
The 4.3-inch, 480-by-800-pixel capacitive touch screen is bright and vibrant, though it lacks the deep colors of the Super AMOLED Plus screen on the Droid Charge. There are four haptic feedback-enabled touch buttons beneath the screen, which are suitably responsive. Typing on the on-screen screen keyboard was a breeze in both landscape and portrait mode. Dialing phone numbers was equally simple.
The Revolution is a dual-band EV-DO Rev A (850/1900 MHz) and 700 MHz 4G LTE device with 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi. Verizon says to expect download speeds around 5 to 12 Mbps, and upload speeds between 2 and 5 Mbps on its 4G network. The LG Revolution hit these speeds without a hitch, averaging around 12 Mbps down and 4 Mbps up. You can also use the Revolution as a mobile hotspot with the appropriate plan to provide 4G data access for up to 8 devices, or 3G data for up to 5.