Verizon announces the LG enV 3, enV Touch and Glance

Verizon announces the LG enV 3, enV Touch and Glance
Verizon has just announced forthcoming availability of three LG handsets: the enV 3, enV Touch and Glance, just as expected. You will be able to purchase the enV 3 tomorrow for 129.99 with a two-year contract and after a $50 mail-rebate, while the enV Touch and the Glance will be put out for sale on June 5 for $149.99 after a $70 mail-in rebate and $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate respectively, both with a new two-year contract.


We´ve already provided detailed information on these phones, but here’s what they offer once again, just in case someone missed our previous reports. The enV3 is successor of the enV2, sporting the same form-factor, but still, it comes with a larger 2.6-inch main display, QWERTY keyboard, camera upgraded to 3 megapixels and visual voice mail capabilities. The enV Touch is replacement of the Voyager that features two 3-inch screens with the external being touch-sensitive. What you will also find is 3.2MP camera with autofocus and flash. The storage space can be expanded with a microSD card with capacity of up to 16 GB (also present on the enV3). The LG Glance, photos of which have been recently leaked, is more on the budget-oriented side of things. Still, LG has managed to make it not less seductive than a high-end make by adding a dainty looking back panel to the design. It features 2-inch QVGA display and 1.3MP camera.

LG enV3 Specifications
LG enV Touch Specifications
LG Glance Specifications

source: VerizonWireless

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