Snapshot by Brian James Kirk on Thursday May 28, 2009.
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Verizon Wireless and LG have announced the LG enV3, a folding phone with two displays, a full-QWERTY keyboard, and a dedicated text messaging button that makes it easy to message friends and family.
On the outside of the device, a 1.56-inch external display keeps users updated on incoming calls and messages. When it is flipped open, a 2.6-inch internal display is used to display media and compose messages. The enV3 features a 3 megapixel camera and camcorder with smile detection, panorama support, and more. Supported microSD cards can store music, photos and more.
Users will appreciate the device's hands-free compatibility with Bluetooth. The env3 also has support for Verizon applications, like Visual Voice Mail, VZ Navigator, Chaperone Parent-capable. The LG enV3 is available May 29 for $129.99 after a two-year customer agreement and a mail-in rebate.
|Specifications for the LG enV3|
|Size||104mm x 53mm x 17mm (4.11in x 2.1in x 0.65in)|
|Weight||108g (3.8 ounces)|
|Battery||5.4 hours estimated talk time|
|19 days estimated standby time|
|Main Display||2.6-inch 260k color TFT (320 x 240 pixels)|
|Secondary Display||1.56-inch 65k color TFT (190 x 96 pixels)|
|Video||Record and playback|
|Memory||microSD card support|
|Other||Visual Voice Mail, VZ Navigator, Chaperone Parent, V CAST Music with Rhapsody, V CAST Video|
Brian James Kirk
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