08-29-09 02:05 PM
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  1. bluerskyes's Avatar
    LG phones do not suck. They're actually the most popular non-smartphones, and with good reason.

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    08-28-09 12:21 PM
  2. bluerskyes's Avatar
    You guys are too funny. My husband wants me to buy the iphone just to get me off crackberry.

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    Tell your husband that CB has an IPhone forum

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    08-28-09 12:22 PM
  3. lwirtjes's Avatar
    I had it for two days, did not like the touch screen, no apps, as stated above used for texting and Internet.
    Returned in for my storm.
    08-28-09 12:30 PM
  4. ekyle125's Avatar
    My little brother has it and some of my little sister's friends. Seems like a phone for teens if anything. Just another touchscreen phone with simple functionality..
    08-28-09 02:30 PM
  5. AZX2's Avatar
    Tell your husband that CB has an IPhone forum
    And Smartphones Experts, the retailer that owns CB, also owns The iPhone Blog.
    08-28-09 02:42 PM
  6. Cyrilmak's Avatar
    It's a very good phone. One of the big highlites is the music player. It has built in Dolby and sounds amazing.

    Dolby - LG enV TOUCH Mobile Phone Featuring Dolby Mobile Multimedia Messaging Powerhouse The LG enV® TOUCH combines undeniable style with an unrivaled multimedia experience. The exceptional range of leading-edge features puts the enV TOUCH in the c

    It's quite simply the best non smart phone money can buy right now.
    08-28-09 04:02 PM
  7. blue_and_bold's Avatar
    So i think its safe to say that its a good phone...
    08-28-09 04:06 PM
  8. oberhaus's Avatar
    Got my wife one and she loves it. If I didn't need email push, I would get one too.

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    08-28-09 05:52 PM
  9. Mr. Orange 645's Avatar
    No, but it couldve been. I could see a supporter of the ACLU trying to run a nation using the anonymity of a BlackBerry.

    We cannot expect the American people to jump from Capitalism to Communism, but we can assist their elected leaders in giving them small doses of Socialism until they wake up one day to find they have Communism. - Nikita Khrushchev 1959
    Thank you. I don't want to start a political argument in this forum, but I had read a quote by the ACLU founder that was VERY similar to that one.

    And to stay on topic for the mods: The enV Touch...yeah...
    08-28-09 08:40 PM
  10. gotblackberry's Avatar
    Thank you. I don't want to start a political argument in this forum, but I had read a quote by the ACLU founder that was VERY similar to that one.

    And to stay on topic for the mods: The enV Touch...yeah...
    I would expect the ACLU founder to say that.

    08-28-09 08:58 PM
  11. AZX2's Avatar
    Thank you. I don't want to start a political argument in this forum, but I had read a quote by the ACLU founder that was VERY similar to that one.

    And to stay on topic for the mods: The enV Touch...yeah...
    [OFF TOPIC] Heh - either way, very Saul Alinski-sounding, too.

    You're correct - we can save the political discussions for important forums, but the occasional off-topic comment is to be expected & probably okay as long as the subject isn't hijacked.[/OFF TOPIC]

    [ON TOPIC] The enV series is an etremely capable advanced device - there are a few things it can't do that a smartphone can do, but not many. There are also some things it can do that most smartphones cannot.

    One benefit of the enV series is they are phones first. Typically excellent call quality & durability - far less trouble-prone than smartphones, too. Radio performance generally exceeds BlackBerry. They are admirable Web performers & can handle all of the normal point-to-point communications functions. If you're a heavy texter, the enV phones fully support EMS, so you're not a slave to the 160 character maximum or split messages.

    My only real issue with the design of the enV phones is their form-factor. The hinged design requires two screens. This means extra complexity, cost, weight, thickness & potentially reduced battery life. A slider would be preferable from all aspects.

    If you can wait a bit longer, the Samsung Rogue should be hitting the market soon & includes the enV virtues in a slider design with a number of OS & hardware advantages. [/ON TOPIC]

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-28-09 09:30 PM
  12. bluerskyes's Avatar
    [OFF TOPIC]
    If you can wait a bit longer, the Samsung Rogue should be hitting the market soon & includes the enV virtues in a slider design with a number of OS & hardware advantages. [/ON TOPIC]

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    The Glyde was supposed to blow the Voyager away. At least we know that Samsung has a sense of humor...
    08-28-09 11:44 PM
  13. AZX2's Avatar
    The Glyde was supposed to blow the Voyager away. At least we know that Samsung has a sense of humor...
    The Rogue is no Glyde. With TouchWiz2 and a completely new chassis, it will make you forget all about Glyde.

    Besides - what can you expect from a phone with a misspelled name?

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-29-09 03:54 AM
  14. Cyrilmak's Avatar
    The biggest reason why I love the EnV series is BECAUSE of it's two screens and hinged design. I HATE sliders. This is a reason why the EnV series is so popular.
    08-29-09 02:05 PM
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