LG enV3 Review
- Category: Mobile
- Published: Tuesday, 23 March 2010 17:49
The LG enV3 has a nice set of features that includes a full compact QWERTY keyboard that makes it perfect for texting. It’s not too big and can easily be slid into a front pocket. The buttons, hinge and overall feel of the phone is very solid. Call quality is very good and Bluetooth synching was a breeze.
The LG enV3 is a Verizon BREW based phone. BREW is the operating system you find on many of the mid-range Verizon phones. It offers most of the functionality you’ll find in a smart phone but isn’t nearly as elegant or intuitive. But if talking and texting is your thing, who cares?
Audio quality is very good on the enV3. Simply open the phone and use it like a little portable clock radio for background music. It’s surprisingly clear albeit with no low end of course. Nonetheless it’s a good little music player and supports a wide range of formats.
Where the LG enV3 needs serious improvement is with the camera. It’s just not very good. No matter the setting, indoors or out, still pics or video we just weren’t happy with the results. Content just always looked murky. We’re not asking for much, just a clean clip we can send to friends and family.
So if talk and text is your thing and you’re tired of pecking through letters on your flip phone you’ll be very happy with the LG enV3. However, if you’ve got iPhone on the brain and envy, pun intended, the owners of this battery sucking wonder you may want to consider some other smart phone options.
Visit Verizon for more information.