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>> I'm Nichole Lea, associate editor for CNET.com, and this is a First Look at the LG Envision. The LG Envision is AT&T's latest phone to support AT&T Mobile TV, which is AT&T's live streaming TV service. AT&T Mobile TV is not available nationwide just yet, but it is available in most major markets. The LG Envision, as you can see here, is a very short and wide, but yet skinny phone. It's a very nice 2.2-inch display right here, and underneath that is a sort of unusual looking keypad. The three keys normally found on the bottom of the number keypad is found on the right side. The navigational toggle is inset in the middle of the keypad as well. So the keypad is a little bit unusual. It takes a little bit getting used to. But we got acclimated to it eventually. On this side of the phone, you get the typical volume rocker, as well as a microSD card slot, and the charger jack. On this side, you do get a dedicated camera key as well as multi-tasking key that lets you tab between open applications. On the back is a nice sort of faux leather finish, as well as a 1.3-megapixel camera lens. As far as features go, the main feature, of course, is AT&T Mobile TV. But aside from that, you also get a lot of 3G applications on here, so it's a very full functioning, very advanced 3G phone. The LG Envision is available right now for $79.99 with a two-year service agreement. I'm Nichole Lea. This has been the LG Envision from AT&T.
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