LG EnV 3, Touch, And Glance Coming To Verizon.

Posted: May 29 2009, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:37pm CDT , in Mobile Phones


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AT&T and Sprint may be going through some hard times right now, but Verizon looks to be doing just fine. The wireless megagiant has been on a roll this last couple of weeks, and now they've got three new promising new mobile's coming on down the line. The LG enV 3, the enV Touch, and the Glance are all joining the Verizon network.

The enV 3 is a full QWERTY keyboard texting phone, with a 2.6" display on the outside and a 1.56" monitor on the inside. It has support for microSD cards of up to 16GB, and will be out tomorrow for $180 before a $50 mail-in rebate.

Next up, the enV TOUCH is hitting stores on June 5. We reported earlier on the enV TOUCH, and I am very excited to see this phone hit the market. I am a huge fan of the inside/outside dual monitor design of the enV series, and I'd really like to see a solid smartphone hit the market with a similar design. The TOUCH will be out on June 5, for $220 before a $70 mail in rebate.

Last, the LG Glance will also be coming to stores on June 5. The Glance will cost only $100 before a mail-in-rebate. It's a pretty bargain-bin cell phone, although it has all the nice features that come standard on all of these LGs. GPS by VZ Navigator, mobile email, IM, threaded SMS and MMS, plus a 2.5 mm headphone jack.

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