Verizon Follows Up V With enV
Nov 27, 2006, 2:28 AM by (staff)
Verizon today announced the successor to the V or VX9800 QWERTY phone. Like the V before, the enV uses Verizon's standard interface, not a smartphone operating system, in a feature-packed phone with a QWERTY keyboard. The enV has a small screen and full numeric keypad outside, and a large landscape screen with a full QWERTY keyboard when open. The enV features EV-DO high speed data, stereo Bluetooth, an autofocus 2 Megapixel camera, stereo speakers and a MicroSD slot. It also features text to speech for reading messages aloud. The enV is available for $200 with a two year contract. Verizon is currently offering an additional $50 online discount.
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LG enV Rocks!
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What advantage does this phone have over a Windows Mobile phone such as the new Treo or the Motorola Q?
It seems like this phone is as expensive as the PDA/Smartphone, but it doesn't offer things that they do, while...
I don't see why you're all complaining
I'm going to look into getting this phone. Still, camera quality is the most important thing to me so if it isn't sensitive to...
Phone just came in a few days ago and I was a current owner of a 9800 to which I just sold on ebay about a week ago. Was looking to upgrade to the 9900 but changed my mind due to a couple things about this phone.
The 9900 as most all know now is finally slimmer! It's also about a 1/2 ounce lighter.
It's 2.0 megapixel camera is finally now in the quality realm of a Samsung and finally since the chocolate came out LG's can now take over the MMS limit of 15 secs of video. That's a huge improvement! Also the quality of the video is comparable to the Samsung 990. The video codec LG is now using is a much higher grade codec, or the compre...
LG 9900 with Mobile Web 2????
Just coming up shy...
That's where this phone fails to entice me...not offering a rich, smartphone operating system.
Thats what I thought to until someone told me its for people under 25 who like to text.