Excerpt: The LG enV3 is a highly recommended phone. Some of its features include a camera which can also record short video clips and a full HTML web browser. Read on to find out about more of its amazing features in this review.
Summary: The LG EnV3 has an impressive design and feature set that make it one of Verizon's top messaging phones.
Pros: The LG EnV3 has a slim and sleek appearance, with a spacious QWERTY keyboard, colorful dual displays, easy-to-use controls, plus it has updated features like a HTML Web browser and a 3.0-megapixel camera tricked out with special shot modes. Call quality is excellent as well.
Cons: The LG EnV3's number keypad is a little flat to the surface, and we would've preferred a faster way to enter URLs in the Web browser. Also, Visual Voice Mail and corporate e-mail support have monthly fees.
Conclusion: If you can make the ergonomic concessions for photo taking and don’t need to see entire text conversations, then the enV3 is well-worth the $30 premium over the still-available but less-endowed enV2, and a bargain compared to the fancier but not necessarily more functional enV Touch , priced $20 higher.
Pros: Four-line QWERTY keyboard; speedy EV-DO WAP 2.0 Web browser; high-quality 3-megapixel photos and HVGA video; visual voicemail
Cons: No threaded messaging; limited access to apps via external screen; difficult to frame photos using external screen; poor photo-taking ergonomics