for our list of July’s hottest selling smartphones to see how HTC and LG fared against the competition.**
Verizon Wireless is about to announce when customers can get their hands on two hotly anticipated smartphones the LG G2 and the HTC One both of which are being marketed to business users as well as general consumers.
The LG G2 was introduced last week without a ship date. It comes packed with power, featuring a 2.2GHZ, quad-core processor; a 5.2-inch 1080p HD display; a 13MP camera; 2GB of RAM; and 32GB of built-in storage. It runs on Android 4.2.2. Look for it land stateside in September, if not sooner.
You can look for the HTC One at about the same time. Verizon customers interested in this device have been waiting patiently; it’s been available at other major U.S. carriers for a few months now. A leak last week indicated that it would make its Verizon on Aug. 29, but new reports have already countered that, saying it will be delayed, once again, to Sept. 5. The sign-up page only says that it’s coming this summer.
The HTC One has a 1.7 GHz, quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch screen; 2GB of RAM; and 32GB of built-in storage. It’s done quite well so far, often showing up among the top sellers at AT&T and Sprint this summer.
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