It appears that right next to such stars as the Motorola Droid Ultra, Moto X, HTC One, or LG G2, Verizon Wireless is also planning to add several less sophisticated offerings to its roster. The phones that soon will arrive at Big Red stores include models: LG Enact, LG Exalt, Kyocera Hydro Elite and Samsung Convoy 3. Out of the four, the LG Enact and the Kyocera Hydro Elite are Android smartphones, while the other two are basic phones. All devices should be available on Verizon network by September 15.
LG Enact vs. Exalt vs. Hydro Elite vs. Convoy 3
The LG Enact, which features a 5-line slide-out QWERTY keyboard, would be a perfect choice for those users who want to hop on the smartphone wagon but are not used to typing on virtual keyboards. The phone offer LTE support and comes pre-loaded with LG-specific apps such as Qslide 2.0. The handset sports dual cameras and runs Android OS, probably a version of Jelly Bean. The Kyocera Hydro Elite will also work with Verizon’s LTE network and like in the case of the LG Enact, Android platform runs the show. In addition, the phone is dustproof and water-resistant.
The Samsung Convoy 3 is a upgraded model of Verizon’s Convoy 2. The Convoy 3 is a rugged flip phone sporting a 2.2-inch internal display, color external display, stereo speakers on the front, microSD memory card slot, and push-to-talk button. The second of the basic phones, the LG Exalt, is said to offer the largest display on a basic flip phone. The device is also believed to provide outstanding sound quality.
source: Phone Arena