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CES: LG Announces Spectrum, A 4G LTE Superphone With Exclusive ESPN 720p HD Video

Today at LG’s official press conference, the company announced the LG Spectrum. The Spectrum is a 4G LTE device going to Verizon Wireless. This device has a 1.5 gHz dual-core processor, a 4.5 inch TrueHD display at 329 pixels per inch, and LG made it clear that the technology behind this massive, beautiful screen is the same technology behind their new high-end televisions. The phone also comes with an 8 MP rear camera, and a 1.3 MP front facing camera for video chatting.

Not only is this device a 4G LTE phone with a massive screen, but LG has also partnered up with ESPN to launch the device with a Scorecenter app capable of streaming 720p HD video to the device, letting users finally experience sports the way they were meant to be experienced, even on a mobile device. The LG Spectrum is coming to Verizon Wireless January 19th and it’ll cost you $199 to take one home with you. Be sure to stay tuned to TheDroidGuy for more CES coverage on the latest and greatest of 2012.

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