(TS) – The known smartphone manufacturer LG has officially unveiled the new slider smartphone, the LG Enact, in the United States.
The new android smartphone by LG, the Enact, is equipped with a physical QWERTY keyboard and confirms that these kind of phones are still somehow alive – after e.g. the HTC Desire Z, and there is a target group of users who are really interested in such smartphones with a physical QWERTY keyboard.
Of course, for reasons because it is often easier to write longer text messages or even articles with a physical QWERTY keyboard than an onscreen keyboard and not everybody is interested to carry a larger tablet pc with him.
However, the hardware under the hood of the new slider phone from LG (Enact) makes it clear that the smartphone with Android is a so-called middle-class phone for the US market (initially).
The entry-level LG Enact comes with a 4-inch display of WVGA resolution. The slide-out smartphone features a 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor, 5 megapixel rear camera with LED flash, front-facing VGA camera and 8 GB of internal memory that can be expanded via microSD card slot.
LG Enact also supports LTE connectivity and runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. The 2,460mAh battery should keep the smartphone going for quite a while. The device comes pre-loaded with a few software goodies from LG such as VuTalk, Quick Translator, QSlide 2.0, QuickMemo and Smart Screen.
The Verizon’s LG Enact will cost you $19.99 on a two-year contract, while the unlocked version is priced at $349.99. Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that the smartphone will ever hit other regions.
Tags: slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Verizon LG Enact
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