The LG enV Pro running Android has been sort of a mystery up to this point with zero pictures in the wild and just a rumored release date of November 11th on Verizon.  It’s rare that we see a device come this close to a launch date without a leak, but today we’ll gladly end its run.  As you can see from the shots below and the one above, the device has a pretty nice form factor including what appears to be an amazing keyboard.  Sporting dual screens, just as old enVs have, the device (according to the UG) will also come loaded with Swype, Bing, and the rest of the bloatware we’ve seen on non-DROID branded VZW Android phones.

Update:  Android and Me is reporting that this phone has already been cancelled after it failed to impress testers.  Anyone saddened by this news?

Specs offered in the user guide:

  • Height: 4.56 inches
    Width: 2.22 inches
    Depth: 0.62 inches
    Weight: 5.57 oz.
  • Internal Memory: 102MB
  • microSD card: 4GB microSD card included - (expandable to 32GB)
  • 3.2-inch (diagonal) widescreen - 800 x 480 pixels
  • 3.2MP camera with LED flash
  • Android 2.1

Remember that this user guide is not the final version and these specs could change.  As you’ll notice from the picture below, the camera appears to say “5.0MP” when the UG says 3.2MP.  There was also no mention of the internal flip screen size.  Official details will likely be out soon, but these should give you a pretty close representation.

Cheers money!