We just received the LG enV(2) in-house and are currently putting it through the rigors of the review process. As you'll recall, the enV(2) is the true successor to the LG enV VX9900--we originally thought it was the LG Voyager VX10000, but the Voyager turned out to be a complete makeover rather than an incremental facelift. Our thoughts on the enV(2) haven't changed much from our initial hands-on at CTIA; it's a slimmed-down version of the original enV for sure, and we especially like its sleeker, candybar external look and easy-to-use controls. After handling the LG Voyager however, it's hard not to be disappointed with the LG enV2. Aside from the redesign, the enV2 has almost the same exact features as the original enV. As such, we think the enV2 is for those who want to move on from the original enV, but don't want to jump ship to the more advanced Voyager just yet. We have a lot more to say about the phone, but you'll have to sit tight and wait for our full review, coming soon. Update: Our full review is up! Check it out here.
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