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The LG enV(2) is a much slimmer and sleeker successor to the original LG enV.

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The LG enV(2) flips open to reveal a QWERTY keyboard. The internal screen is 2.4-inches wide, which is a size increase over the original enV's 2.25-inch display. Its features include EV-DO support, a 2.0 megapixel camera, a MP3 player, support for Verizon V Cast video and V Cast Music, and stereo Bluetooth.

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The LG LX400 Hero is a push-to-talk phone built for business use. It will be used over Sprint.

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The LG LX400 is a simple flip phone.

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The LG Vu has a stunning 3-inch wide touch-screen display. It'll be one of the first devices to support AT&T Mobile TV, AT&T's new live TV service. Other features include a 2.0-megapixel camera, a full HTML browser, 3G support, access to AT&T Mobile Music and AT&T Video Share, an MP3 player, and a microSD card slot that'll support up to 8GB of external storage.

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