LG enV Touch and Glance walk the Big Red carpet

So far in our coverage of these two Verizon-bound handsets by LG, feelings have certainly been mixed. The LG Glance — with its 1.3 megapixel camera, 2.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth, VZ Navigator and slim frame — has not garnered much love on the pages of BGR. Seeing as it’s an entry-level feature phone of course, we really didn’t expect it to. The enV Touch on the other hand has been received much better. Sure there is the occasional GSM addict who scoffs at this CDMA kit despite dual 3-inch displays, full QWERTY keypad, 3.2 megapixel camera with a Schneider Kreuznach lens and auto-focus, 3.5mm headphone jack, Visual Voicemail and MicroSDHC support, but you can’t please everyone. The bottom line is whether or not these new LGs are your cup of tea, variety is a good thing… Just ask Hef. Right on queue, the LG enV Touch and LG Glance have both appeared on Verizon’s website and are now available for purchase through all channels — the former for $149.99 on contract after MIR and the latter for $49.99 on contract after MIR. Looking for an upgrade? Looking for a downgrade? Hit the read link and get to shopping.

Thanks, Brandon!

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2 thoughts on “LG enV Touch and Glance walk the Big Red carpet

  1. env touch

    I started out with the original enV then moved to the enV2. I skipped the enV3 and went straight to the enV Touch. Great phone. I name it the smartest of the dumb telephone to my son who has a Droid.

  2. envtouch owner

    Got an Env Touch and I used to be seeking to see about firmware upgrades. Working XP and telephone does not want to sync with computer. Bought a reminiscence card and started to pull and drop. Firmware is ver 5. No problems apart from the sync problem. Thought about bitpim. Not a difficulty since drag and drop does the job. Fairly positive you can drag and drop you wouldn’t use bitpim for.


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