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EnV, Voyager, or stick with Razr?

0m3g4Muff1n987

May 22, 2008, 3:49 PM
I'm pretty sure I need a new phone, but I'm not exactly sure what to get. Right now I have a Razr V3m, and IMO it pretty much sucks compared to a lot of other phones. The buttons suck for texting, and the UI is just absolutely terrible-extremely slow and almost no customization. That's why I've given up hope on Motorola and am going to get a different phone.

I've been looking at the EnV and the Voyager so far. What I need to be able to do with my phone is: text fast, have a big screen, and take above average pictures and videos. The voyager and env both seem to beat the razr in these areas, obviously, because they both have plenty big screens (especially the voyager-2 of them), a full keyboard which is perhaps the most important thing to ...
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llama

May 25, 2008, 6:58 PM
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0m3g4Muff1n987

May 25, 2008, 7:35 PM
I saw it. That thing sucks. Its screen is like the smallest freaking thing I've ever seen and doesn't look that much better than the EnV. What's so great about it?
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o0 Dame Dash 0o

Sep 9, 2008, 5:44 PM
i just bought a voyager i think its sweet, i compared them to the lg xv6900 and the dare even the env2 and the voyager comes with more features surprisingly, mobile tv for intance, it had a better overall review and its got alot of built in memory, i pesonally like the voyager more than any phone out right now...
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cellularconnection

Sep 30, 2008, 10:09 AM
The outside screen is small, but the inside screen is a really nice size, and you use the inside screen to help frame shots with your camera.

This is the phone I upgraded to from the Nokia 2661i (horrible, horrible phone). I actually paid full retail for it, and I've been very happy with it.

The speakers on it are really powerful for the size of the phone, and the music doesn't have anywhere near the distortion it does on most phones. My battery lasts an average of 4 days, and this is in hilly country, it lasted a full 6 in ohio/indiana.

The voyager is also a nice phone, but I'm not a huge fan of touch screens (far too accident prone) so I'll stick with my EnV2
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