Review: LG enV2
Successor to the popular enV, the enV2 pares down on the size and makes improvements on the hardware. The only thing preventing it from being a superb phone is the software.
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If you're a messaging and media maniac, the enV2 will help to fuel your mania. More so than the Voyager, LG's enV2 is the natural evolutionary step from the original VX-9800 messaging device to the enV and now the enV2. It's smaller and better than ever at getting your point across. But that doesn't make it the ideal device for everyone. With that in mind, let's explore the high points and the low points.
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The cons that have become glaring, some reviewed in the article.
-Accidental calls being made from my pocket. It unlocks the front pad and places calls. Major problem for me yesterday. The phone doesn't offer a suitable fix either.
-No autofocus in the camera. I don't understand the thinking here. This phone should be as advanced or more then the original. Yet my gf's enV has autofocus and mine doesn't. Weird. Lack of flash is mildly annoying as well.
-Exposure of the lense to potential damage. I'd like to have seen and greatly appreciated a camera lense cover like the original enV, but maybe more simple to maintain the flat bottom.
-Yesterday, I started to notice crackli...
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THIS PHONE SUCKS CANAL WATER CHECK OUT THE AT&T LG VU
Unless you have a considerable amount of disposable income, and bought the env2 along with the Vu, I see it as difficult to defend your opinion. Comparing the Vu and the env2 is like comparing apples and oranges. Fr...
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STILL NO SHURTCUT TO LOCL THE PHONE I cant believe to lock my phone I have to go thru bells and whistles enter my pin and BLAH BLAH BLAH I bet verzion got tired of grandma calling because their phone was locked and they dont know the pin .. UGH