15/f does anyone have the env2 phone and how do you like it? does the camera work okay, not having a flash? also - i havn't seen the phone in person, only online, which color looks better in person; the maroon or black? thank you!
Its a really great shape, and easy to text with. Overall, they both said its an extremely great phone and reccommend it. And the cameras pretty good too.
As for color, thats a preference. I would get the maroon, because I like it, but the black is a more "classic" look -- like it could match more. Its a really great phone you should deffinantly get it [ orphans's advice column | Ask orphans A Question ]
vivalajam0x answered Monday September 1 2008, 2:54 pm: I have the env2.. and I absolutely adore it. The camera does work very well when you're in lighted areas, but if not, then the camera obviously doesn't work so well.
I have the phone in maroon, and my sister has the black, and personally.. I like the maroon. The black is just..blah, and the maroon gives it a little flair =)
The keyboard is by far my favorite part of the whole phone. I have fat fingers and, usually, I have difficulties typing on the keyboards on phones, but this one is easy, EVEN FOR ME! to type on. :)
LM answered Monday September 1 2008, 5:17 am: My cousin has that phone. I don't know a thing about the camera, sorry. But she loves the keyboard, because without it it takes forever for her to text. The maroon color is wicked nice, I personally think it's far superior to black =]
My experience with other Verizon phones is that the camera will work just fine without the flash, in normal light. In the dark, it's almost impossible to get anything but a really grainy picture no matter what kind of flash you've got.
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