It appears that LG will not allow Samsung's Galaxy S III to dominate the US Android market. The manufacturer seems to be intent on releasing its own impressive Android smartphone via Verizon Wireless.
LG recently revealed that it plans to bring the new Optimus LTE 2 to US consumers. Well, it appears that Verizon Wireless might be one the carriers to sell this exciting Android smartphone.
The folks at DROIDLife has published an image of a shipping box headed for Verizon Wireless. The box appear to contain a device called the LG-VS930, a handset that is believed to be no other than the Optimus LTE 2.
LG introduced the Optimus LTE II after Samsung announced the Galaxy S III. The introduction was done in Korea and there was no indication that the Android smartphone will land in the US. However, LG has revealed that it has plans to bring the Optimus LTE II to consumers in the United States.
The representatives of the manufacturer indicated that summer is the estimated time for the arrival of the Android smartphone to other countries that have LTE networks, such as the U.S., Canada, Japan and parts of Europe.
Sprint has already announced the release for the HTC EVO 4G LTE and the Tri-Fi Hotspot but the carrier plans to launch plenty more this year. It appears that the Now Network intends to launch another powerful Android device by LG.
The LG Optimus Elite for Sprint will be available this Sunday, April 22 for $29.99 after rebate with new contract. Virgin Mobile will announce the exact pricing and availability for its version in the near future.