Verizon’s LG Enlighten appears on Wal-Mart's product catalog, yours for a dollar

Verizon’s LG Enlighten appears on Wal-Mart's product catalog, yours for a dollar
We’ve already seen leaked images of the Verizon-bound LG Enlighten, but spotting it once again in Wal-Mart’s product catalog for the week starting August 28th, reassures us that the Gingerbread handset will arrive very soon. 

The side sliding full QWERTY LG Enlighten is no groundbreaking stuff - it only packs a 3.2" LCD touchscreen with 320x480 pixels of resolution, 800MHz processor and 3MP camera, but it carries an irresistible price tag - less than a single dollar, or only 97 cents when purchased with a two-year agreement on Big Red.

The Enlighten comes with 3G connectivity, expandable memory via microSD cards and a 1500mAh battery. It’s also expected to hit Sprint, US Cellular and Cellular South later on, but currently, you can empty the piggy bank and still be left with a fortune. Not a bad deal for a smartphone, is it?

source: Wal-Mart

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Enlighten
  • Display 3.2" 320 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 3.2 MP
  • Storage 0.15 GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1540 mAh(6.00h talk time)

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3 Comments

1. fairly_mismatched unregistered

Ahh, so close to what I'm looking for... but yet again, another QWERTY phone is underpowered & entry level spec'd. And, until Motoogle (someone else already nabbed "Googorola") makes good on the unlocked bootloader promise I'm just not interested in the Droid 3.

2. googlymoogly unregistered

Funny thing is that they also show the HTC incredible but have it marked as the Incredible 2. Way to go again Wal-Mart.

7. Twuu`Badd unregistered

How Much Do You Pay Evey Month If You Buy It For 97 Cents ?

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