LG Enlighten Review
Call quality was pretty good, as voices on both ends sounded clear and natural, as there wasn’t any background noise, though we had to keep the volume set around medium, as raising it to the highest setting did create some distortion in the earpiece speaker. Reception also did well, as we didn’t drop any calls and had 2-3 bars showing in our area.
The included 1540mAh battery is rated to provide up to 6 hours of talk time or 33 days of standby time on a full charge. In our testing, we did get 6 hours of continuous talk time on a full charge, or about 2 days of mixed usage, which includes some talk, text, email, web, app use, and standby.
When it comes to selecting a low-priced Android smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard for Verizon, your options are pretty limited. For the $79.99 that the LG Enlighten is currently selling for, it does offer all of this, but you have to make do with the lower resolution display, slower processor, and a camera that isn’t a show-stopper. But the Enlighten does offer good call quality and reception, and having a physical keyboard is always a nice touch.
Software version on tested unit:
SW Version VS700ZV3
LG Enlighten Video Review:
- Good price
- Call quality & reception
- Android Gingerbread
- Small display
- Poor camera quality
- Homescreen lag
4. kutiepie45 (Posts: 2; Member since: 15 Nov 2011)
looks like a decent phone. However, i would like to know how the service is... great, average, or poor
5. ILikeBubbles (Posts: 278; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)
Want this phone for my sister... she needs a phone with GPS.. she treks all around the state as a substitute teacher and right now she has an ENV3 that she refuses to get rid of... it seems like a good entry level phone and she needs the hardware qwerty
6. ILikeBubbles (Posts: 278; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)
i also like how they said that because of its 800mhz processor its obviously going to be slow.... slow compared to what? maybe the Droid RAZR or the Galaxy Nexus... my first android? the HTC Droid Eris. you guys remember that processor? 528mhz... i think coming up from a messaging phone to only slightly under 1ghz it won't be very noticible. :)