THE CAMRY OF ALL PHONES.
I've had my enV3 for over 7 years, which is what, 7,000 in phone-years? It's the most reliable and enduring piece of technology I've ever owned and probably ever will own.
It's no smartphone, sure, but it does boast some features that give it a leg-up over the slim-sided competition in my opinion. It's withstood countless drops and falls (including the one time I threw it into the middle of the road by mistake), you can store a credit card or ID discreetly inside the flip, and you can stand it up like a little tent, which is really quite endearing. Back in its day, the battery went for weeks. Today it goes for 2–3 days, depending on use, which is still more than the leading phone on the market.
Sure, it has some minor slips now and then (the increasingly-frequent missed texts, the randomly changing background photo), but at 7,000 years old who WOULDN'T have a few little accidents?
All in all I'm grateful for the time we've had together, and if I weren't getting booted from the family plan, I'd be looking forward to many more years with my loyal enV3.
September 22, 2013
I had this phone from 2009 to 2011 and it is the best feature phone ever. I only ever had one problem with this phone in two years, and reprogramming the phone solved it. My stepdaughter is using it now as her phone and loves it as well. I really wish LG would take this design and update it. The keyboard was awesome and the screen crystal clear. I looked at the new Extravert the company put out for a Verizon feature phone and the EnV3 is still a superior phone.
July 13, 2012
very easy to use
I have had this phone for over a year and I really love how easy it is to use.
October 29, 2011
I've had several different LG phones and all have been nothing but great!!
October 4, 2011