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The LG Dare has a beautiful 3-inch wide touch-screen display that dominates the entire front surface. There are only three buttons on the front: the Talk, Clear/Voice dial, and End/Power buttons.

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The LG Dare is a full touch-screen phone, meaning there are no physical buttons for navigation, dialing or texting. Everything must be done via the touch screen.

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The LG Dare is one of the slimmest touch-screen phones around.

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The LG Dare's camera is something to admire, with a 3.2-megapixel shooter, a Schneider-Kreuznach-certified lens, plenty of editing options, and even a built-in camcorder that can record in high-speed.

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The LG Dare makes its music player presence known with a 3.5mm headset jack that can accommodate most ear buds.

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The LG Dare has a quirky menu interface option if you feel like dragging and dropping the menu icons around to customize the look to your tastes.

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The LG Dare displays a full QWERTY keyboard typing interface when you rotate it 90 degrees counter clockwise.

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The LG Dare fits very nicely in the palm of your hand.

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The LG Dare is certainly slim enough to fit in a pocket or a purse.

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