Excerpt: As far as I am concerned LG makes the choicest cell phones. I have tried other brands and I don't have any big complaints. After looking around it is my opinion LG delivers a better design and features for my personal preferences. I send numerous text messages and I wanted a phone with a friendly QWERTY keyboard. I also wanted a SD slot for extra memory. These two features are very important to me.
Conclusion: We are highly impressed with the overall improvements that have been made with the new enV2. It features a more modern and simplistic design with less bulk and more streamlined appearance, larger front dialpad, redesigned QWERTY keypad, larger internal display, 2MP camera, stereo speakers, and supports microSD cards up to 8GB; with the only thing missing here is an HTML browser and an Autofocus system for the camera.
Pros: Redesigned and modern appearance, 2.4” QVGA internal display, Excellent call quality and signal reception, 6 hours of talk time on a full battery, Supports up to 8GB microSDHC memory cards
Cons: Small external display, WAP browser, Speakerphone causes distortion at high volumes, Does not include a microUSB data cable
Summary: Like a DJ that takes a good song and remixes it into something better, LG made just the right tweaks with the enV2. There aren’t too many enhancements aside from the physical features, but typing remains easy and is perfect for messaging fans. Further, its good call quality, strong GPS performance, decent battery life, and continued support for a host of multimedia options make it a steal for $129.
Pros: Sleeker design and larger keypad, Bigger internal display, Comfortable keyboard, Fast and accurate GPS, Good call quality,
Cons: Tiny front screen, Choppy video playback, 2.5mm audio jack,