LG Enlighten

Last updated: Aug 4th, 2011.

The LG Enlighten is a QWERTY mid-range handset from Verizon that features a 3.2 inch HVGA display, a 3.2 megapixel camera, a front-facing camera, an 800 MHz processor and more. It's a mid-range handset that's intended for those who went to get a smartphone for cheap.

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Verizon Officially Announces the LG Enlighten, Coming September 22nd for $80

Verizon’s back at it again. This time (on the same day that the HTC Rhyme is set to go on sale for preorder) they’re announcing the LG Enlighten, a QWERTY Android device from the South Korean manufacturer.This mid-range handset boasts an 800MHz processor, a 3.2 inch HVGA display, a 3.2 megapixel camera and a front-facing …

Not Forgotten by Verizon, LG Enlighten Still “Coming Soon”

The LG Enlighten was rumored to launch on August 25th, but a few weeks later the handset remains absent from Verizon’s shelves. We wouldn’t have noticed either way. Though the mid-range slider seems forgettable, it is still set of a launch with Big Red. In an upcoming catalog, the carrier displays the handset along with …

LG Enlighten to be Sold by Walmart for Less Than a Dollar

Verizon’s LG Enlighten is an interesting phone, combining all that was successful with the LG Optimus One with a hardware keyboard. We’re sure it would have gotten a ton of looks at retail, but now that Walmart is said to be selling it for $.97 as evidenced by its appearance in this upcoming week’s product …

LG Enlighten Exposed in Promotional Renders

What you see here is Verizon’s LG Enlighten, a mid-range handset that best fills the hole left by last year’s LG Vortex. Otherwise known as the LG Gelato Q, the Enlighten features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 800MHz processor, and 3.2-inch display. Rumors place the phone on Verizon’s shelves come August 25th with an attractive $100 …

Verizon’s LG Gelato Q to be named LG Enlighten at Launch

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, …