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About this product
- Product InformationThe 3-inch touch screen of the LG Dare cell phone gives great clarity to photos and online content. Browse the Web, check emails, listen to your music, and take photographs, all at the touch of your fingertips. The Bluetooth connectivity keeps you in touch when on the road, and the built-in GPS ensures you never get lost on the way. The 3.2-megapixel camera, with digital zoom, captures those special moments, while the expanded storage of a MicroSD card keeps them safe for showing later. The phone operates on the Verizon network on both 2G and 3G. Connect to your computer using the USB port for uploading photographs and backing-up data.
- Family LineLG Dare
- TypeCellular Phone
- Storage Capacity148MB
- ColorBlack Silver
- Network Generation2G,3G
- Network TechnologyCDMA
- BandCDMA 800/1900
- Camera Resolution3.2MP
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Battery TypeLithium-ion Battery
- Battery Capacity1100 mAh
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size3"
- Display Resolution240 x 400 pixels
- Color Depth18-bit (262000 Colors)
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.1 in.
- Depth0.5 in.
- Width2.2 in.
Most relevant reviews
- dblake58May 07, 2015by
Like a smart phone, without the data package
I bought the LG Dare VX-9700 phone because I wanted a bigger screen than the flip style Casio G'z0ne Ravine 2 phone I have.I like that it's a basic phone,so I don't have to buy a data package that I don't want.It has great battery life.A really great phone except even with the lock on,I still ended up pocket dialing 4 different people from my contacts since I've had the phone,and the texting is a little weird.Overall I really like it and would recommend it to anyone who wants a phone that looks and is like a smart phone,but doesn't require a data package.
- merricherriSep 02, 2014by
Description of product is acurate
I love this phone and was thankful to get another one just like the one I had! It's easy to use and I especially like the touch screen feature.
- 2011tarheelfan1Apr 12, 2014by
Great phone for first time android users!
I bought this for my husband who has never owned a touchscreen or an android phone. His customers kept telling him he needed to upgrade from his basic phone. He doesn't use any of the features. He only text and calls. However, he caught on immediately. It's a great first timer's phone overall. The battery life though is below average. He doesn't use it much so it's normally on like a stand by mode, and it's still almost dead after about 6 hours. It's a 3G, which I was aware of and for him it was fine, but the main thing is that it doesn't have any storage. He added the Weather Channel app, and after that, he has enough room for maybe 1 very small app and that's it. So he basically can't download anything else. It is a simple phone to use, gets good service, compact compared to others, which he likes, and easy to find accessories for. Overall, I give it about a 3-4.Read full review
- rononthelakeSep 22, 2014by
Great basic phone that LOOKS like a smart phone and has No Data Plan.
Great phone if you want something that your basic phone does but LOOKS like a smart phone and has a nice sized screen for pictures, video and touch keyboard.
You can change the settings to have the icons have a more "organized" look than what you see in most pictures if you want a more sophisticated look.
Fits in the pocket nicely too!
Best of all... No Data Plan!!!
- mikealiveFeb 09, 2013by
Love this phone. It's in great shape and functions perfectly. The keyboard is a bit on the small size but would be ideal for smaller fingers. The speakerphone function is pretty good and the the audio is also decent. It would be nice if Verizon allowed for voice recordings to be used as custom ring tomes. Also, as a MAC user, the phone does not sync quite all that well as the software is more conducive to a PC. I really like the size of the phone as it fits into virtually any pocket and is comfortable in my hand when talking. Additionally, I like how I can transfer pictures to my computer or vice versa through the bluetooth function. It's not quite an iPhone but the LGVX-9700 does lend itself to being a well rounded smart-phone-esque tool. The internal ring-tones are pretty good and not too cheesy.
Dare's impressive 3.2-megapixel camera. Although the camera is not point-and-shoot quality, both users and reviewers alike contend that the camera, which includes face detection, is the phone's best feature. Users consistently complain that the Dare's 3-inch touch screen can be difficult to use, although many say they have gotten used to it. The LG Dare has a smaller body than its competitors, the iPhone and the Samsung Instinct, measuring just 4.1 inches long by 2.2 inches wide by 0.5 inch thick -- a little larger than a deck of cards. Reviewers say the smallish 3-inch screen does detract from using the full HTML browser, and a lot of scrolling is necessary. (The iPhone has a 3.5-inch screen.) The Dare doesn't have autocorrect, which some find bothersome, but it does let you copy and paste by simply highlighting text. (Apple recently added cut/copy/paste functionality to the iPhone.)Read full review