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For example, there’s a proximity sensor that turns the Dare’s LCD off while in a call and held to the user’s face.
Since the Dare supports up to 8GB of micro SD memory, you can enjoy a whole lot of tunes. The Dare features a bunch of sensors that you’re most probably familiar with from all of the i Phone coverage.The Dare also includes a couple of animated figures that hang out on the main screen of the phone and do different things, while it sits idle.At first I thought it was a complete waste but then the characters grew on me and helped give the Dare some personality.Everyone wants to do touch lately and it seems that mobile phone manufacturers have been trying to get into touch even before the first generation i Phone hit the streets.There have been many attempts at the perfect touch device by Windows Mobile but it really wasn’t until the i Phone hit that the public decided that touch should be a mainstream option.It loads pages very quickly and because the touch interface works properly, you can navigate with ease.
The only problem I encountered involved browsing on 1XRTT.
It also fits perfectly in your hand, which is definitely ideal for a touch screen-only device.
It sports a 3.0″ LCD, which does 260K colors at 240×400, and is designed to work on EV-DO Rev A, but will also bounce to 1XRTT if needed.
Most users will appreciate the advanced features, though, since the camera is 3.2 megapixels and performs a number of nice tricks including panorama, split shot, and more.
You can also use the camera as a video camera and even edit directly on the device.
In a previous review of the Voyager by LG, I slammed LG for not getting the touch experience right.