Verizon Shoots Down LG enV Pro Android-based Phone; Device Fails to Impress During Tests

November 3, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The LG enV Pro Android based phone on Verizon has been rumored to roll out on the 11th of November, but the latest reports suggests that the carrier has dropped the plans for the device’s release.

The details about the cancellation are not clear, but the decision may evoke a mixed response among the folks who expected this mid-range device. The device is said to have left users unimpressed during pre-release testing.

The reports pointed that the handset lacked certain amount of refinement when compared to the other android phones on Verizon. It left the users unsatisfied and the carrier will not be interested in releasing a product into the market which really does not meet the expectations of the buyers.

Parallel to the cancellation reports, the user-guide image of the device has come out alone with the device’s full specs list.

The company has incorporated a QWERTY keyboard that flips open in landscape orientation and offers a 3.2 megapixel camera with LED flash. The phone, which bears a 3.2 inch 800×480 touchscreen, runs on the Google’s Android 2.1 mobile OS.

More info on the matter is expected to come out soon. So stay tuned to this space. In the meantime, you can provide us with your comments down below.

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