It's Lynn La from CNET.
And today, we're gonna check out the LG Enact from Verizon Wireless.
The Enact is a 4G LTE mid-range handset that features a generously-sized five-row QWERTY keyboard.
It runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, and has a 4-inch display.
The touch screen itself is topped with Corning Gorilla Glass and has an 800x400 pixel resolution.
Powering this smartphone is a 1.2 gigaHertz
Dual Core processor and a 2.46 ampere-hour battery that has a reported usage time of nearly 12 hours.
Users will also get 8 gigs of internal memory and 64 gigs of expandable memory via a microSD card slot.
Along with a VGA front-facing camera, there's also a 5-megapixel camera on the back that can record 1080p full HD video.
If you're interested, the device is currently going for about $20 after users sign a two-year contract.
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