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  (Source: Engadget.com)
Verizon is promising half a dozen LTE devices in the first half of next year

Engadget just received an image of "a future LG high end phone for Verizon," without much further description or explanation. Luckily, there are a number of things that can be deduced from the image alone.

If you look closely, you can barely make out an LTE logo near the bottom of the back of the device. It's about time, considering the nation's leading mobile carrier has promised to roll out LTE to 30 cities by year's end, which implies that it will have at least one LTE-supported device, as well. Verizon has already begun user trials of LTE in five U.S. cities. Engadget cites about six LTE devices publicly outed by Verizon that should be available in the first half of 2011. 

The pictured device also sports an HD camera of some sort -- either 720 or 1080p -- and a possible front-facing camera, as well.

According to the other logos present on the back, it will also support Wi-Fi, and what appears to be DLNA, which is present on LG's Optimus 7.

And while this is strictly speculation, LG promised dual-core smartphones by year's end. Could this be one of them? 





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