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LG enV2 Black Phone

>> Friday, October 10, 2008

More compact and lighter in weight, the LG enV2 updates the original enV with a redesign accentuates both sleek style and easy usability. The front of the enV2 now features a numeric keypad with larger keys, and it opens up to reveal a large 2.4 inch LCD and its signature hidden QWERTY keypad perfect for all your text messaging and email needs. Advanced features like auto text readout, message sort, and the ability to store up to 300 text messages enhance your mobile messaging experience.

It's compatible with Verizon's V Cast Music Service, which enables you to purchase songs through your phone and download them via Verizon's fast EV-DO data network. You'll also stay on course thanks to the VZ Navigator GPS turn by turn direction service.

Other features include a 2.0 megapixel camera with video capture capabilities, Bluetooth connectivity for communication headsets and stereo music streaming, microSD memory card expansion (up to 8 GB), and over 5 hours of talk time.

Much more easily pocketable, the enV2 has slimmed down to 0.65 inches thin from the original enV's 0.78-inch depth, and it's shorter at just 4 inches tall (down from 4.64 inches). The camera on the enV2 is now flush with the back, where the original had a ring that was slightly raised around the lens. The front of the enV2 has a wide, thin 1.45 inch LCD screen with a 160 x 45 pixel resolution and 262K colors. The keypad features large, widely spaced keys for easy dialing, a dedicated music button, 5-way navigation, and send or end buttons.

Flipping open the enV2 reveals the full QWERTY keyboard and a large 2.4 inch LCD (20 percent larger than the previous model) with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution and 262K colors. Dialing function buttons are also duplicated on the internal touchpad. The phone has a 63 MB internal memory and offers memory expansion up to 8 GB using optional microSD memory cards. The enV2's built in address book can store up to 1000 contacts, and each entry can store 5 numbers, 2 email addresses, and a picture ID.

The phone comes with 23 unique polyphonic ringtones, and it has vibrate and silent modes when you need to keep things quiet. The phone lets you match pictures with callers to identify them, and the enV's voice recognition software supports voice commands from any user, not just a pre-programmed user's voice. What's more, many of the phone's functions can be controlled by the sound of your voice, thanks to advanced voice recognition technology. Text to speech technology enables the enV to read emails and text messages to you, if you so desire.

A one touch speakerphone means you can easily talk hands-free, while Bluetooth (version 1.2) allows you to use your favorite wireless headset. With the A2DP Bluetooth profile, you can stream your music to a pair of compatible Bluetooth stereo headphones. It also includes profiles for printing images directly to printers, dial up networking, and sending vCard and vCalendar items to other phones. You can save up to 20 Bluetooth pairings.


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