Phew, we’re glad that’s cleared up. No, Verizon’s forthcoming QWERTY slider form LG won’t be named after an ice cream treat – we’d prefer it if Google had exclusive rights to that for the use of naming Android versions. Instead, they’ll be bringing the LG Gelato Q to the United States as the LG Enlighten, according to accessory listings leaked by Xentris Wireless. Sprint’s set to offer the same handset, as well, but we still don’t have much information regarding these two. Let’s hope those details trickle out soon enough. [PocketNow]
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