LG Enact ReviewLG Enact 7
We were glad to see a large 2460mAh battery included with the LG Enact, which is said to provide up to 11 hours of talk time or 9 days of standby time. During our testing, we were able to get up to 10 hours of talk time, or about 1.5 days of mixed usage on a full charge. This is more than sufficient, as most phones are charged every night.
The LG Enact is an average Android smartphone for an on-contract price of $20, as it does everything OK, but doesn’t exceed at anything. The main feature is the physical QWERTY keyboard, making it ideal for teens, or anyone that doesn’t like to use an on-screen keyboard. But the lower resolution screen, slower processor, and mediocre call quality doesn’t scream “buy me” – unless you find the pricing the most attractive feature.
Software version on the tested device:
Software : VS89010A
- Affordable price
- Physical QWERTY keyboard
- Easy to hold and carry around
- WVGA display just doesn’t cut it
- Mediocre call quality
- Keyboard backlight isn’t bright enough
LG Enact Review - Call Quality, Battery and Conclusion