The screen is a 3.2-inch unit with a resolution of 320 x 240. The processor is an 800MHz unit and it has a QWERTY slide out keyboard. It supports Flash, hotspot connectivity, and has customizable home screens. The rear camera is a 3.2MP unit with autofocus and camcorder. The smartphone naturally supports the Android Market for apps.
Rounding out the features are Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, support for Exchange, and a 2GB microSD card is included. The Enlighten will be offered for $79.99 after a $50 MIR and a new 2-year agreement. Voice and data plans will start at $39.99 and another $30 monthly for data. The hotspot feature will cost you another $20 monthly.
Verizon Wireless is getting a new smartphone that runs Android 2.3 called the LG Enlighten. The smartphone will hit Verizon online on September 22 and it will be in stores on September 29. The Enlighten is a smartphone aimed at messaging, email, and apps in one package. The smartphone has some decent features that entry-level shoppers looking for a low price Android device might appreciate.