Verizon’s very own version of the LG Optimus LTE 2, the VS930, was first spotted getting its Wi-Fi certification in June. Since then, we’ve seen it in the wild, and press renders depicting it have leaked alongside the intended name it’s going to be sold under: LG Spectrum 2.
That makes perfect sense, since its predecessor, the Spectrum, had the model number VS920. Now the upcoming Spectrum 2 has been seen in a Verizon CelleBrite system, sitting nicely along its older brother.
This can only mean one thing: availability for this device is fast approaching. New smartphones usually show up in CelleBrites before going on sale, so we’re hoping Verizon will at least announce this thing in the near future.
In case you don’t know, these CelleBrite devices are used for phone-to-phone data transfer and backup. Read more here.
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