The LG Viper 4G/LTE Ecos is headed to Sprint’s new 4G/LTE network right behind the already announced Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The LG device is expected to come in cheaper than the Galaxy Nexus and have a better screen.
The Nova touchscreen is brighter than the superAMOLED screen featured on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The Viper also offers some eco-friendly perks as well.
The Viper’s charger has a no load consumption rating of .03W which is better than the EC code of conduct for energy efficiency.
Sprint’s 4G/LTE network won’t be ready for devices for a couple more months however the specs of the LG Viper should still be a great device. It will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread (upgrading to Ice Cream Sandwich), a 1.2 ghz dual core processor, Nova screen, dual cameras (5mp/VGA), and expandable memory via microSD.
The LG Viper will be a Sprint ID phone which means users will be able to access the Sprint ID packs that combine themes, wall papers and apps.