As an entry-level feature phone, the LG Envoy II sports bare-bones specs, like a 1.3-megapixel camera and a 2.2-inch display. It's available for the prepaid price of $49.99 or $69.99 with contract.
The LG Envoy II has an all-black plastic design. The front of the device features a glossy finish, and houses a 0.98-inch monochrome display with a 96x64-pixel resolution, and a camera. This screen shows users information like the time, date, reception, and battery.
When you open up the Envoy II, you'll see a 2.2-inch QCIF display. It has a 176x220-pixel resolution and a narrow viewing angle. The menu page consists of 12 icons that you can select with the navigational buttons.
The placement of the voice commands key is directly to the bottom right of the central OK button. I'm very used to having power/end keys there, so I found myself launching voice commands when I really wanted to quit out of an app.
The handset measures 3.9 inches tall, 2 inches wide, and 0.7 inch thick. On its left are a Micro-USB port, a thin volume rocker, and a 2.5mm headset jack that is protected by a small cover.
The Envoy II is powered by a 950mAh battery that has a reported talk-time of 5 hours and a standby time of 12.5 days.