LG enV Touch VX-11000
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?
Today Verizon Wireless announced three new LG phones that are headed to its network, the enV3, enV Touch and Glance. All three carry threaded messaging capabilities, GPS and Bluetooth.
- enV3: This successor to the enV2 is a sideways clamshell with full QWERTY keyboard. Its 3 megapixel camera has a flash and video capture, as well as Smile Shot and Panorama shooting modes. It has a 2.6-inch internal display, support for 16GB microSD cards, A2DP, 2.5mm headset jack and can be used as a wireless modem tethered to a laptop. It will be available May 29 for $130 after rebate with new agreement.
- enV Touch: This successor to the Voyager has a 3-inch resistive touch display with haptic feedback on the outside and a 3-inch standard display on the inside. It shares many features with the enV3, but those that set it apart include a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, flash and image editor, and a 3.5mm headset jack. It will cost $150 after rebates with new agreement and will be available June 5.
- Glance: This monoblock device has a 1.3 megapixel camera, 2.5mm headset jack, and speakerphone. It will be available for $50 after rebate with new agreement on June 5.