Wednesday, May 7, 2008

LG EnV2 mini review, native photo and video samples.

About a week ago I replaced my VX8700 cell phone for the all new EnV2. It’s a good thing I was within the month limit because it might have been difficult replacing the VX8700 after a month. Some notable features over the VX8700 is obviously the keyboard, a standard headphone jack, mini USB port and the micro SD card slot is easily accessible. I would have preferred to have the phone use standard SD cards although it might have made it a little bigger but I don’t think it would have been a problem to have a USB port that uses the same wires as the PSP and the Aiptek HD for example. It’s one extra thing that you may have to purchase if you want to hook your phone up to your computer.

I’ve heard that people were complaining about the original EnV because of the way the camera sticks out but LG made it better with this one because the phone can now lay perfectly flat. The inner screen is bigger which makes it easier to browse the web, read messages and take pictures but the outer screen is much smaller which might be a problem for some people who rather take pictures with the phone close. Luckily I’m perfectly fine using the inner screen although I'd rather use my Aiptek A-HD+ to take pictures and videos.

Here are the photo samples:

And here are the video samples:

Keep in mind that some of the shots could have looked a lot better if I decreased the exposure.
It was my first shooting day with this phone.

This is how a video would look like on You Tube.