It was not that long ago that a render shot of the LG Enact leaked along with a list of specs, and Verizon Wireless already has the phone on sale. This mid-ranger with a QWERTY physical keyboard is up for grabs for $19.99. Naturally, you will have to sign a two-year contract with the service provider. If you are no fan of lengthy agreements with carriers, the phone is also available on month to month service and costs $349.99.
LG Enact QWERTY Keyboard Smartphone
The LG Enact for Verizon Wireless comes with specs typical of a mid-range offering, however, it has one feature that becomes increasingly rare in today’s phones, which is a slide-out physical QWERTY keyboard. Arranged in 5 rows with a separate row for numbers, the precision–molded keys allow for fast and easy typing. In addition to Standard Mode, the handset also has Starter Mode, which is a simplified user interface that helps users get used to a smartphone experience. All these features make the LG Enact a perfect device for those users who decide to make transfer from a feature phone to a smartphone.
The Verizon’s LG Enact sports a 4-inch WVGA display and is powered by a dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor. The phone offers 8 GB of internal memory and a microSD slot for storage expansion up to 64 GB. The device is equipped with an LTE radio allowing you to take advantage of Verizon’s super fast LTE network. The LG Enact comes with a pretty hefty 2,460 mAh battery and is preloaded with LG’s apps such as QSlide 2.0 and QuickMemo. Other features include a 5-megapixel rear camera, VGA front-facing shooter, and Bluetooth 4.0.