Verizon’s LG Enlighten is a Mid-Range Slider with a Possible August 25th Release

Earlier today we learned the the LG Gelato Q would launch on Verizon as the LG Enlighten, and thanks to some new information picked up by DroidLife we are being enlightened (I know, I know) on what to expect when the phone launches on Verizon, supposedly around August 25th. The handset will fill the void left by the LG Ally, a similar handset in terms of specs. The Enlighten features a slide-out keyboard, 800MHz processor, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Similarly to the Ally, we don’t expect this one to steal the hearts of the public upon release.

[via DroidLife]

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  • Mr_Stump

    My wife loved the ally she’s not a tecky or power user. The ally died and I got her a droid pro she hates. This should fit her fine even if I have to pay full price.

  • kstrickland05

    So a phone coming out in August that wasn’t on the roadmap? So maybe the GS2 could still be out in August? Please Jebus!

  • Khalid.H

    The right half has to be the worst arrangement of keys ever.

    Though I do like the placement of the Back button: at the top left, like the Esc key.

  • bigdav1178

    Why is it that almost all keyboarded phones on Verizon have to have crap specs, or else be locked-down Motorola pieces with mediocre keyboards?

    • Khalid.H

      Isn’t that the case with EVERY keyboarded phone, regardless of carrier? Manufacturers make me depressed.

      Still rocking my LG GW620, waiting for a phone that doesn’t suck, with a keyboard that doesn’t suck.

  • Lex Lybrand

    What’s the screen size?

    • Khalid.H

      I’m comparing it to my phone, the LG GW620, and assuming that both phones have the same physical dimensions (which appears to be the case), the screen should be 3.2 inch.

  • Samdroid

    hey Kevin Krause, can you get Chris Chavez fired for being a iFag in disguise. Hell he looks like a total fag.

  • Mark Wood

    warning that the screen is NOT Ally-density this screen is 3.2″ at 320×480, not 3.2″ at 480×800
    So …
    * same great-typing-keyboard as the Ally
    * slightly faster processor (800 vs 600 Ally)
    but much worse screen (downgraded to 320×480)
    and no better internal-storage (150 is too small to install things unless you root it and use link2SD like I did on my Ally)

    Look instead at the Samsung keyboarded droid coming to Verizon in the next few weeks