LG Dare Specifications
- Frequency: CDMA 800/1900 MHz
- Dimensions: 4.1" x 2.2" x 0.5"
- Weight: 3.76 oz.
- Display: 3.0 inch TFT touch screen display with a resolution of 240 x 400
- Camera: 3.2 MP with Video Capture & Schneider-Kreuznach Lens
- Music Player: MP3, WMA, Unprotected AAC, & Unprotected AAC+
- Message: SMS, EMS, MMS, Instant Messaging
- Connection: USB v2.0, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP
- Other Functions: Sleek, Minimalist Bar Design, Auto Screen & Key Lock – prevents unwanted key actions, Send, Clear, End/Power Buttons Located Beneath Touch Screen, Sync Music from V CAST Music with Rhapsody to Phone, Preset Sound Effect Equalizer, Create & Manage Playlists, Music Library – organized by artist, genre, album, Music Only Mode (RF off except Bluetooth), One-Touch Speakerphone, Speaker-Independent Voice Commands, Music Ringer Support (clips from hit songs), 26 Unique Ringtones + Vibrate & Silent Modes, TTY/TDD Support, Hearing Aid Compatible (M3/T3-Rating), V CAST Videos
- Internal Memory: 148 MB internal memory available to user for storage
- External Memory: microSB Card slot (Up to 8GB)
- Battery Capacity: 900mAh Lithium Ion Battery
- Talk Time: Up to 3.5 hours
- Standby Time: Up to 350 hours
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LG Dare Customer Reviews
Size: The sleek profile of the phone fits nicely in my pocket without making it bulky. However, it’s not so small that it is uncomfortable to grip for long periods of time. It sits nicely in the hand while on calls.
The screen: My favorite aspect of this phone. The touch response is lightning quick, accurately calibrated, and the vibrational feedback (which is configurable to either short or long pulses) is a neat function. The screen resolution and color are amazing, with my only gripe being that the screen is much harder to view in direct sunlight. But this should be obvious since it’s a problem with most mobile devices. The picture and video quality are also excellent.
Sound quality: My phone calls have never been so crisp. I HATE holding the phone up to my ear if I don’t have to and so I’ve always been a fan of speakerphone whenever possible. The speakerphone on the dare blew away any other phone I’ve had. Not only are my callers loud and clear, but so am I to them on the other end. I also don’t use my phone for music much, but this little thing impressed me very much when I played music using the same external speaker output that the dare uses for it’s speakerphone.
Menu icons layout: I found the phone to be very intuitive, another big surprise for me after purchasing the phone. I had initially worried about where LG would decide to hide all the menus, options, and gadgets of the phone, but this worry was quickly dispelled. Simply put, the customization and standard layouts of this phone are easy to learn and well placed. This aspect of the phone, along with the screen itself and sound quality deserve 5 stars. Transitions between menus and the like are virtually lag-free as well; another plus. LG Cell Phone Specifications
Battery life is phenomenal, even with heavy use. Although I have only had the phone for 3 months.
Update: I’ve had my phone for several months now and the invisible shield that I bought to cover the entire phone worked well at first, but started bubbling up and peeling in some spots. The film that covers the screen and the backside of the phone are holding up well, but my suggestion would be to just buy the one for the screen if you were interested in one at all.
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