Boy Genius Report has it on good authority (and we've now separately heard as well) that LG's enV3 -- the latest incarnation of its well-entrenched midrange dual-display QWERTY clamshell concept -- will be launching before the end of the month. May 29 is the exact date, with pricing coming in at $179.99 with a $50 rebate on a two-year contract or $299.99 full retail. It's confirmed to feature a 3 megapixel cam, 2.6-inch internal display, and an HTML-compatible browser in your choice of Slate Blue and Maroon; we're still not convinced it's a better-looking set than the model it replaces, but we're guessing Verizon will find plenty of people who are.

[Thanks, Jason]

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