The LG Chocolate 3 is the first-ever Chocolate phone to be in a flip-phone design. As a result, it loses much of the traditional Chocolate flair, looking a lot like any other flip phone out there. Read full review
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The LG Chocolate 3 has a mirror finish on its front surface. Read full review
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The LG Chocolate 3 is 0.64 inch thick, which is pretty slim. Read full review
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The only identifying design characteristic the Chocolate 3 has with the previous models is that it still retains the iPod-like scroll wheel to navigate through the music player. It is a mechanical scroll wheel similar to the one on the VX8550 Chocolate. Read full review
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We were very glad to see that the LG Chocolate 3 has a 3.5mm headset jack, meaning you can use normal earphones to listen to your music. Read full review
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Though the 2.0-megapixel camera on the LG Chocolate 3 isn't much, it's still a step above the 1.3-megapixel camera on the previous Chocolates. Read full review
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The LG Chocolate 3 has a rather flat and slippery keypad. Read full review
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The LG Chocolate 3 may be on the large side, but it has a soft-touch plastic backing that feels comfortable in the hand. Read full review
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The Chocolate 3 is wide yet slim, so it'll fit into your pocket quite easily, but it might be too comfortable. Read full review
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