Conclusion: Overall: Although far from being perfect, it looks as if LG is establishing itself in the mobile phone competition with the enV. It has its quirks and flaws but can be easily overcome by the nifty features it comes with.
Conclusion: For those who want a keyboard for texting but don't need all the features of a smartphone or PDA phone, let alone the more expensive data plans associated with them, the LG VX9900 enV bridges the gap.
Pros: Great phone ergonomics, strong call quality and volume. Excellent QWERTY keyboard, good camera and a better selection of Bluetooth profiles than usually found on a Verizon phone. Performs well with V Cast content. VZ Navigator is great for those on the go in need of driving directions. Stereo spe...
Cons: Volume rocker and camera button are nearly inaccessible with the display opened in notebook mode; you must open the phone 180 degrees to get to these more easily. No built-in email client. You must use Verizon's $19.99 monthly Wireless Sync software to do non-web based email.