Okay, we see how it is -- this is one of those times when Verizon isn't going to have much of anything new to show by the time the official announcement comes around. We guess we're okay with that, although we imagine there are plenty of good folks out there who are dying to know exactly when that announcement will be; no new intel on that front, unfortunately, so these new pictures will have to do. Here we have the front of the maroon version of the VX9200 enV3, which -- surprise, surprise -- will succeed the enV2 (whenever Verizon finally decides to release it) with a 3 megapixel camera and QVGA internal display. The VX11000 enV Touch rests a little higher on the totem pole, replacing the Voyager with an alleged pair of wide VGA displays; interestingly, Verizon's MediaFLO-based VCAST TV service has gone missing, which leads us to question Verizon's commitment to the service. Subscription mobile TV hasn't been a stellar performer in any American or European market, and it's entirely possible that Verizon would consider letting its data network shoulder the video burden going forward -- especially as LTE comes to fruition. Anyhow, back to the matter at hand -- when are these things hitting retail?
*Verizon has acquired AOL, Engadget's parent company. However, Engadget maintains full editorial control, and Verizon will have to pry it from our cold, dead hands.