Earlier today we saw a video of LG's Optimus 2X in action and Optimus Pad in the wild, and now two more LG Android products have leaked out onto the Web. First up is the LTE-equipped LG Revolution, which bears a resemblance to an LG device we saw leak out last year. There's not much known about the Revolution just yet, but it definitely sounds like it's going to join the Thunderbolt in Verizon's LTE lineup.
The second device, pictured below, is the LG Optimus Black. It's touted as being an "innovatively slim smartphone with the best display clarity," which may remind you of a little device that we've referred to as the LG B in the past. LG said itself that the B would make an appearance at CES, and it doesn't look like they were lying. Some specs for the Optimus Black include a 4-inch display, a 2 megapixel front-facing camera, and frame that measures a mere 9.2mm thin.
LG hasn't always been known for desirable, high-end smartphones, but it definitely looks like they're stepping their game up with these two new phones. The Optimus 2X is also on hand at LG's area in CES, adding credence to the rumors that it'll arrive on T-Mobile in the near future. We're sure to learn tons more about all three handsets soon, so keep it locked to PhoneDog for all your CES needs. How many of you would consider getting one of LG's new Android smartphones?