Excerpt: The semi-new LG enV Touch, available on Verizon Wireless may seem to be a good investment at first with its large external touch screen and pretty massive QWERTY keyboard, but once you own it for a while, like I have, you get to be pretty annoyed with it. Now, I know that a lot of people reading this might think, “Oh, well I do that with every phone I ever get because there’s new technology.
Summary: I cant say much for the phone my self . for the one I got off of here is not that great . it does not get as good as service as my old cell did and it will not log on to the net so getting a data plan is useless and a waist of money .
Excerpt: I was avalible for an upgrade a little bit back and started looking online and in store for something that i thought would be a good phone for my needs(web,text,talk). I saw the new enV touch and did a little research on the product and ended up buying the phone. In the beginning i had no problems with it. This lasted about 2 months. Then the phone began to turn off randomly threw out my day.
Looking for something nice to say about the enV Touch
27 February 2013
Excerpt: This is the first cell phone I've had that I will be trading in as soon as I'm eligible for an upgrade. I bought this phone because I needed an internet capable phone for work, but didn't want to have to buy a Blackberry and the costly Blackberry plan. The Verizon staff highly recommended this phone. It has yet to live up to the hype. The touch screen randomly unlocks in your bag or purse.
Excerpt: loved it at first, great features, decent camera with lots of settings but can't figure out zoom and often overexposes pictures. It randomly shuts off and one time it shut itself on and off for 10 hours straight. Verizon sent me a new one and 2 days later it wouldn't let me send texts, make or recieve calls and hours later wouldn't turn on. Just stayed on the Verizon screen.
Excerpt: When I purchased this phone it was for $49.99 which is a steal from Verizon. I got it and that made me pay an additional $9.99 a month for internet. I wasn't to happy about that. The screen does some sorta weird freeze and shuts off. It also calls people when I don't press call. Other than those cons , it's an OK phone.
Excerpt: The envy. Is a very how should I word it, ok phone, but i did not like it. It kinda has a mind of its own. It likes to turn off and on as it pleases. Which in my case happened alotttt. The phone is great for texting when it will stay on. lol. It also have problems with the front key pad working. Mine did not work at all... so i had to anwser the phone buy flipping it open. Which was a pain in the butt. Also when the memory got too full.. the phone would act up BADDD.
Excerpt: I got my EnV Touch about 6 months ago and was so excited about the awesome touch screen, flip capabilities and full keyboard! However, my excitement has gone downhill fast since then. I can't tell you how many times I have called someone by accident because my touch screen was touched by something in my purse, or my pocket or just when I brused by something in a store. It has a screen lock but it is so sensitive that it is triggered without much effort.
Excerpt: I already had the original enV but my husband insisted on getting this one for the upgrade. I only gave it 2 stars for it's photo quality and functions, I love the panoramic ability, art/drawing and smile pics. Everything else about the phone I hate! The touch pad doesn't work half the time, I have to really press on the screen and feel like I'm going to break it. There are no folders like the original one and nothing is in the same place, e.g.
Excerpt: I have not been impressed with my EnV Touch. Having worked in the Wireless Phone industry for several years, I've tested a gambet of phones. The precursors to the EnV Touch rarely had problems (The V, the EnV, and the EnV2). Since upgrading to this phone, however, I have had numerous problems. First of all, the motion sensors for the touch screen are fickle.