We know Verizon has a pretty nice holiday lined up in terms of device launches (and we’re not just counting Android here), but a newly-leaked roadmap finally confirms launch windows for several of Verizon’s global Android handsets. The HTC Merge – which Verizon has yet to officially announce but we most certainly know to be making its rounds – sits among the Motorola Droid Pro (confirmed), the Motorola Droid 2 Global (Unconfirmed), and the LG enV Pro (a light rumor up until now.)
So the enV line has converted to Android – as we learned before – and everything else is business as usual. We haven’t heard much about the enV Pro, but there’s a possibility that this could be the same phone by LG that Engadget uncovered a while back – that phone was dubbed the LG enV Touch 2. It was said to have a QWERTY keyboard in a clamshell form factor dual screens, Android 2.1 (upgraded to 2.2 in the future), and radios for world roaming. Other rumors have pegged the Pro without the QWERTY keyboard and have said it would launch with Android 2.2, but I don’t think it’s worth crossing this many streams of proton at this point. Let’s just wait until we can pull up something more solid.
[via Android Central]