With a touch screen on face and a slider keypad underneath, the Glimmer combines the best of both worlds. Read full review
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The LG Glimmer has a nice wide 2-inch display. Touching icons on the screen provide haptic feedback in the form of tiny vibrations, thus confirming the selection. Read full review
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The LG Glimmer also has a Razr-like keypad, for when you just don't want to bother with the touchiness of the touch-screen interface. Read full review
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The LG Glimmer has a 2-megapixel camera with a flash and a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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The LG Glimmer has a nice heft to it and fits just nice in the hand. Read full review
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The LG Glimmer is a very slim device, slipping easily into a pocket or purse. Read full review
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