Latest LG touch phone is "as good as it gets"
12 June 2009 — 10:09 AM
For many people the latest phone from LG is "about as good as it gets", according to one expert.
In an article for Mobile Burn this week, Michael Oryl looks at a new smartphone from the South Korean manufacturer that he claims ticks a number of boxes in terms of messaging and video facilities.
He explains the LG VX11000 enV Touch is a follow-up to the firm's VX10000 Voyager and much like its predecessor is "a fantastic device" - which may inspire consumers recycling mobile phones to fund a new model.
"For people that want great web browsing and messaging abilities as well a capable camera and large displays for watching videos, the enV Touch was made for you," Mr Oryl adds.
He goes on to say that one of the few drawbacks of the VX11000 is its size, but adds buyers may be hard pushed to find a smaller phone with similar qualities.
The model boasts a three-megapixel camera, full qwerty keyboard, 2.5mm headset jack, microSD support and a three-inch touchscreen.
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