LG Enact VS890 shows up as a new LTE Android phone for Verizon
LG’s smartphones have never been top sellers at Verizon, but that doesn’t stop the South Korean company to keep on making handsets for the largest US mobile carrier. This being said, meet the LG Enact (model number VS890), a new Android smartphone that’s been pictured today on its way to VZW.
Seemingly running Android Jelly Bean, the Enact has a pretty bland design (like most of Verizon’s LG handsets, if you ask me). There are almost no details on this phone’s features. However, we can see a camera with LED flash on the back, a front-facing camera, and Verizon’s well-known 4G LTE logo. The display is probably larger than 4 inches.
With Motorola’s new Droid series and the Moto X coming to Verizon really soon, the LG Enact will probably have a hard time to attract customers. Of course, it all depends on how much it’ll cost. We don’t know when the Enact is going to be announced, but we’ll let you know when we find out.