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The LG Venus is a very elegant slider handset with a dual-screen display.

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The LG Venus has a dual-screen display; the top one is a regular QVGA display while the lower one is a touch-screen display with onscreen controls.

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The LG Venus has a slim and slender figure.

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The LG Venus has a lovely faux leather back that gives the phone a comfortable grip.

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The LG Venus' curves and textured back give the phone a nice feel in the hand.

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The LG Venus has a tactile and well-spaced keypad.

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The LG Venus is slim enough to fit in a jeans pocket.

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The LG Venus has a touch screen with navigation controls that change layout depending on the application. Here, you see the default layout on standby mode, with the Menu button in the middle and the shortcut icons around it.

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The LG Venus' touch screen displays music player controls when the music player is activated.

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The LG Venus has a 2-megapixel camera lens.

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