The LG enV Touch, also known as the Voyager 2 or VX11000, is an internet-enabled, multimedia device created by LG Electronics for use with Verizon Wireless. The phone was released on June 5, 2009 as a successor to the LG Voyager. The phone's external screen is touch enabled with a virtual keyboard and buttons. The internal screen features a QWERTY keyboard and both screens have a WVGA resolution. The phone's functions include a 3.2-megapixel camera with flash, a portable media player, text messaging, e-mail support, a web browser, a built-in accelerometer, and Verizon's GPS navigation software, VZ Navigator. It is a dual-band CDMA phone using EVDO for data communications.
The enV Touch has a larger external touch screen and internal screen display than its predecessor, the Voyager, as well as a camera with a newer 3.2-megapixel image sensor, an LED flash, and stronger vibration. The QWERTY keyboard retained a similar size to the original Voyager's but its layout