The LG enV2 cell phone was designed with text messaging in mind. It features a full QWERTY keyboard on the inside and a standard cell phone keypad on the outside. It also features two screens, one on the inside and one on the outside. Both screens have access to all of the phone’s features including taking pictures, making phone calls, and sending text messages. The phone flips open to reveal the inner screen, QWERTY keyboard, and speakers.
There are a few ways to distinguish the enV2 from its predecessor, the enV. The enV2’s camera is flush with the back case of the phone, while the enV has a raised plastic ring around its camera. The enV features a full directional pad on the front of the phone while the enV2 has only up and down buttons.
The enV2 can also be distinguished from its successor, the enV3, in a few ways. The enV3 camera is labeled as 3 megapixels by the phone's camera, while the enV2 is labeled as 2 megapixels. The enV3 has a single space bar on the inner keyboard instead of the enV2's two small space bars.
Announce Date: August 2008
- Dark Maroon
Model Number: VX-9100 (VX9100M for the burgundy model)
- 2.0 megapixel pictures
- 320 x 240 videos
- Digital zoom
- For examples of pictures and videos taken with the env2, click here.
Dimensions: 4.00″ (H) x 2.13″ (W) x 0.65″ (D)
Weight: 4.23 oz / 120 g
- 950 mAh Li-Polymer
- 5.3 hours of talk time
- 21.7 days of standby time
Memory: 63 MB internal storage. Storage is expandable with SD cards up to 8 GB.
External LCD: 260K Color TFT, 160 x 64 Pixels, 1.45"
Internal LCD: 260K Color TFT, 320 x 240 Pixels, 2.40”
- Bluetooth version 1.2
- 1.9 GHz CDMA PCS and 800 MHz CDMA frequencies
- High-speed EVDO data transmission
- GPS signal reception