In the U.S. market, Verizon Wireless has been making quite the power play for dominance of the 4G network. With the recent announcement of their plans to roll out 4G at an amazing pace, it was only logical that LTE phones would follow suit. Motorola and HTC both announced LTE capable handsets for Verizon, the dual core Etna and Thunderbolt respectively. It seems Samsung has also thrown their name down into the hat, with the SCH-i520.
The Samsung SCH-i520 looks like an Samsung Galaxy phone and looks to be running Android 2.2 (Froyo). In addition, there's a little LTE 4G icon to go with it! Judging by the appearance being so close with Samsung Galaxy phones, one can expect that will feature a 1 GHz processor, or possible dual core, along with a beautiful Super AMOLED display. A camera is definitely to be expected, most likely 5 megapixels and Gizmodo has reported that there is a small size camera on the front, barely viewable in the picture, that could mean there is a front facing camera. That wouldn't be much of a surprise considering LTE should easily be able to handle streaming live video chats, similar to T-Mobile's version of 4G, HSPA+.