QWERTY slider LG Enact headed to Verizon in coming days, report says

QWERTY slider LG Enact headed to Verizon in coming days, report says

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Verizon will soon introduce a new QWERTY slider smartphone from LG in the next days, reports @evleaks. Called the LG Enact, it should feature a 4-inch display, a 5-megapixel rear camera, and 5-row QWERTY keyboard. Given the relatively low level of leaks and rumors for this one we are not expecting much more than an entry-level device with a $50 (or less) price with two year service agreement.

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