The LG enV is hefty, but it's a bit more streamlined than the previous LG VX9800. Read full review
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Though it's hardly a Razr, the enV is also slimmer than its predecessor. Read full review
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From the back, the enV resembles a stand-alone camera. Read full review
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The enV flips open to reveal a full keyboard. Read full review
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We wish the enV's external display were bigger. Read full review
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The enV's keyboard is well-designed and user-friendly. Read full review
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The enV slips easily into a bag, but smaller pockets may be tricky. Read full review
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The enV's keyboard has some important refinements that make it better. Read full review
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The enV's camera is fully equipped. Read full review
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