Cell phones that just do voice calls just aren’t good enough anymore. We need our mobile handsets to do everything from taking pictures to playing videos, cleaning our toilets to doing our taxes. Power users may be more inclined to grab something like a BlackBerry, Palm Treo, or Motorola Q, but for the young hip consumer hell bent on using SMS text messages like there’s no tomorrow, there are devices like the Sidekick (HipTop) and the cell phone I’m going to talk about today, the newly launched LG VX9900 “enV” from Verizon Wireless.

I had an initial hands-on experience with the LG enV early last week, but now that I’ve had a chance to grope and toy with this mobile communicator for a few days, I’ve put together a full review for Mobile Magazine. So, I’m not going to in-depth here. Instead, I’ll just provide you with a couple of sample pictures taken by the integrated 2.0 megapixel autofocus camera.

So, here they are (click on the pictures to get the full-size image):

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