Excerpt: This phone does not do well being carried in your pocket. This is an open-faced phone and even if its locked, it will still manage to come unlocked in my pocket. I have had issues with the phone powering off for no reason. The screen on the front of the phone is just a small sliver of one and isn’t very attractive. I can’t check my inbox and outbox messages without flipping the phone open.
Excerpt: The LG Env2 is a great cell phone for anybody who is an avid texter. I got this phone around two Christmases ago, and it is one of the only cell phones I have actually enjoyed using. The interface is streamlined and easy-to-use, without their being too many options. It comes equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard, and the buttons aren’t too small for most people’s hands to use (be sure to actually try the phone’s texting capabilities before trying it out though because...
Excerpt: My roommate and I are always competing to get cool stuff. As my “new every 2″ upgrade happens one year after his, we take turns one upping each other with new phones. Last year, I picked up the EnV2. One of the main selling points is the full qwerty keyboard to make texting easier. One nitpick I have is with the phone locking mechanism. I get why it’s there as buttons would get pressed otherwise.
Excerpt: I got my LG enV2 ( Verizon Wireless) a year and a half ago, and still love it to this day. It has been a somewhat rocky road, but the device itself is good. It just has some internal software issues that I will get to later. The device fits nicely into your pocket and hand. The main purpose of the phone is for texting. The enV2 was made mostly for heavy texters. The keyboard is large enough so that the buttons are spaced perfectly far enough apart.
Excerpt: I have never been very impressed with cellphones, and normally seek out the most basic one possible. However, I have begun to text message a lot more frequently and I began to seek a phone with a qwerty keyboard. I didn’t realize how many phones were available, and it was a tough decision. A Verizon Wireless rep helped me choose the EnV2 made by LG, and I absolutely love the phone.
Excerpt: The LG Env2 is a good phone for people who text a lot or for people who just want an easy-to-use phone. First, the thing that stands out in this phone is the multimedia and the straightforward layout of the menu. You can record videos, take pictures and access the Internet in only a few button clicks or less. Opening up your contacts menu to call someone is literally only one press of a button.
Excerpt: This was my first cell phone I got when I believe I was around nine years old. I put that phone through a lot and it still works! I dropped it many many times, it still works perfectly,it's built really well. The camera is good for a basic phone,keeping in mind this isn't the latest and greatest smartphone. The keyboard is really nice and great for texting. The speakers work perfectly and there are a ton of bite marks on mine (don't ask how they got them).
Pros: good QWERTY keyboard, You can get it in a cute maroon color, perfect for texting, works well for a basic phone
Summary: I bought this phone bec. it's exactly like my last phone, which I loved. Didn't want a smart phone, just a simple phone to call and text. The last one worked great for over five years until it simply wouldn't hold a charge any more, even with a new battery. Since the phone is an old model, I hard a difficult time finding one that was brand new (I didn't want to buy a used phone). But, after months of searching, I FINALLY saw one advertised as new.