The LG Enlighten is a budget-friendly Android smartphone from Verizon, but it has a few things that other budget-friendly devices don't have - the latest version of Android, 2.3 Gingerbread, a physical keyboard, and Mobile Hotspot capabilities. The spec sheet may not turn any heads, but the Enlighten is still a pretty capable little device. Is it the one you should if you're on Verizon and looking for a smartphone that won't be too hard on your wallet? How about the keyboard?
In this review, Sydney discusses each feature of the phone and gives her results after testing out the phone. In all honesty, the keyboard has a few flaws and LG could have designed it much better. The display may be too small for some, but at least you won't have to type on it since the Enlighten has a physical keyboard. What about the processor, camera, and battery life? Watch the review to get Sydney's thoughts on the phone.
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