Video Tour: LG enV Touch
Here is an in-depth video tour of the LG enV Touch for Verizon Wireless. It offers the touchscreen experience and has a full QWERTY keyboard for messaging. Is the best of both worlds good enough?
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Here is an in-depth look at the LG enV Touch for Verizon Wireless. You can watch the video here:
Or visit it on YouTube for more viewing and sharing options.
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TCL Reveals the BlackBerry KEYone Smartphone
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Just another boring dumb phone
The Video review doesn't show all its features. Screen looks great because its running 800x480, compared to last phone's 400x240. That's 480p widescreen! Not even ...
Perfect for those who want a nice touchscreen phone with a solid camera but dont want to be forced into a data plan or want a cheaper data plan than those found on a bberry/PDA.