LG Chocolate Touch

The LG Chocolate Touch is the first touch-screen phone in the Chocolate family of phones from Verizon Wireless. Read full review
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Large display

The LG Chocolate Touch has a nice 3.0-inch touch-screen display. It also has haptic vibrating feedback. Read full review
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Backing

The LG Chocolate Touch has odd geometric shapes covering the back plate. Read full review
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Changeable

The LG Chocolate Touch comes with a changeable purple back plate as well. Read full review
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Slim

The LG Chocolate Touch is only 0.47 inch thick. Read full review
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Blob buttons

The LG Chocolate Touch has unusual bloblike buttons underneath the display. Read full review
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Fits in the hand

The LG Chocolate Touch fits comfortably in the hand, thanks to its solid heft. Read full review
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Touch controls

The LG Chocolate Touch has quite a responsive touch screen. It also has a customizable home screen where you can add and remove shortcut icons. Read full review
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In the pocket

If you have deep pockets, the LG Chocolate Touch can fit right in, but it might weigh you down. Read full review
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