Several pictures of the user guide for the LG enV Pro have leaked on Android-Life today, and they bring us, believe it or not, the first images of this device. Which is quite surprising in this day and age, when new smartphones are leaked numerous times before they get released.
Not the enV Pro though, we’ve only heard of it twice – both times in Verizon roadmap leaks. The second of those leaks brought about the interesting detail that the enV Pro is a ‘global roaming’ device.
Today’s leak also uncovers some specs of the LG enV Pro, such as the fact that it’s running Android 2.1, has a 3.2 MP camera with flash, a 3.2-inch 800×480 touchscreen, physical QWERTY keyboard, 102 MB of internal memory, and an included 4 GB microSD card.
None of this matters anymore though, as Android and Me has it that Verizon has cancelled the enV Pro. It was supposed to be released on November 11, but failed to impress Verizon testers apparently. Spec-wise nothing was earth shattering about this handset, aside from its global roaming capabilities, but it might have been a solid midrange offering. Anyway, it looks like we’ll never find out.
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