He also mentioned an April 30th release, which proved right, when Verizon Wireless officially announced the phone would be available for purchase tomorrow. For $130 after a $50 rebate and a new two-year contract, you’ll be able to buy it in communication stores and at the online site of the carrier.
Thanks for the images Todd!
LG enV2 Specifications
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I am glad that it is going to be avaliable in the stores and not just on line too! I honestly dont like the way the phone looks but I need to see it upfront I know their is a possiblity that I may chnge my mind!
posted on Apr 29, 2008, 10:58 AM 0
I called VZW last night and asked, the guy told me it wasn't available yet. When I told him I read online some people were able to get it, he looked again and was genuinely shocked. Needless to say, it's on the way to my house as I type this. Can't wait!
posted on Apr 29, 2008, 12:11 PM 0
This looks like a great phone. All I ask is that it would do 2 things that the Voyager unsuccessfully did: Have good speakerphone and ringtone volume. Apparently LG hasn't learned it's lesson as of yet by making their speakers built outside and not inside. Until they do that, I seriously doubt these phones will be loud. I'm not expecting them to be as loud as Nextel phones but good enough for the average ear to hear.
posted on Apr 30, 2008, 7:05 AM 0
as one of those that were initially turned off by its ugly face, after playing with it all day, i can safely say its gonna be a great phone. It is thin like 8700 thin, light as heck, the smaller keyboard still works great for fat fingers, and it has advanced texting options not found on regular phones. That and it holds 8gig of SD goodness and more supported file formats than the EnV. I still think the front is ugly, but the rest of the phone sure makes up for it. Go play with it for yourself, you may convince yourself to get a new phone... if you arent waiting for voyager/glyde/ or 9700 touchscreen fun
posted on Apr 30, 2008, 5:58 PM 0
It is much cheaper to buy this phone on-line. Verizon stores charge a $20 service fee(what is that rip off about?) and you pay $10 more for accessory packages. In addition, your rebate online is deducted immediately instead of initally paying more and mailing in a rebate and with 3 months to get it back.
posted on May 01, 2008, 2:03 PM 0
I got the new enV2 about a week ago, and overall I love it. I have had some issue with the browser not finding webpages, but overall it works pretty well when I need to check something online quickly. It is smaller than the enV, which is good and bad. I love the lightweight, but the longer enV gave your palms a little more to grip onto when you are typing than the enV2. My biggest complaint is that some of the ringtones that are sold by Verizon can barely be heard when the phone rings...even with the volume all the way up. I spent a better part of a week missing calls because one of the ringtones cannot be heard unless the flip is open. Overall, I am pleased with the phone and just wish they would start getting out the better cases and accessories for this model. Does anyone know if the enV2 will be 3G network compatible? I have not been able to determine that for sure.
posted on May 15, 2008, 1:24 PM 0
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