LG has failed to cause a great excitement over its latest rumored Verizon device, the LG Lucid. Previously known as the LG Cayman, it is not the greatest device, but surely another option to consider if you are getting a new Verizon phone soon.
This leaked render image has just hit the web, and it gives us a preview of what the device could look like. The Lucid appears to be a much sleeker version of the LG Revolution with a different back style. The device does not look great, but that is a personal preference. It just might be your style.
LG Lucid Rumored Specifications
- 4-inch NOVA display (non-IPS)
- 1.2 GHz dual-core processor
- 1 GB of RAM
- Android 2.3
- 5 MP camera (1080p recording)
- 16 GB of internal storage
- 4G LTE connectivity
As you can see, the specs are not bad, but also not special. On paper, it looks like most devices we have seen being released lately. And the fact that it is not being released with Android 4.0 is rather disappointing. But the device won’t be too expensive.
According to the latest rumors, the LG Lucid will hit the stores come March 29th with a suggesting a price tag lower than $200. This is very affordable, considering that this is a new 4G LTE device. Such smartphones usually come with an initial price of at least $250.
If you are into this one, stay tuned for the end of the month. Don’t forget to take all of this information with a grain of salt, as none of it is official. The device might be much better (or worse), but we will have to wait and find out. Would you guys consider buying a device with these specs? We know LG isn’t exactly our readers’ favorite manufacturer.