Summary: The LG Dare is an innovative and feature-rich handset, with several surprises that set it apart from other touch-screen phones.
Pros: The LG Dare has an intuitive touch-screen interface, an advanced 3.2-megapixel camera, a full HTML browser, EV-DO Rev. A, and plenty of other powerful features. It also has excellent call quality.
Cons: The LG Dare's touch interface has a slight learning curve, and we weren't too pleased with the handwriting interface. Also, the Web browsing experience was quite disappointing.
Conclusion: Yes, it's no iPhone, but the Dare is a very good phone with strong reception, pleasing voice quality and a great collection of multimedia features. We love the 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera, and Rhapsody's large selection of DRM-free music competes strongly with iTunes (if you use the more frugal desktop download option). The Dare makes a good MP3 player replacement thanks to good audio quality and its background playback capability.
Excerpt: The LG Dare is a streamlined touch screen device with a robust user interface. It is a sleek, non-smartphone alternative that relies solely on its interface rather than a slide-out Qwerty or other such secondary input method. The outer shell is comprised of black plastic and chrome accents. The front of the phone is dominated by a large, three inch display (measured diagonally), offering an impressive 240 x 400 pixel resolution, supporting up to 262K colors.
Excerpt: Temos uma nova vídeo review, desta vez do novo LG Dare, que conta com um ecrã de 3 polegadas touchscreen, câmara de 3.2-megapixel,um interface intuitivo e muito completo, este novo telemóvel é certamente um verdadeiro rival ao iPhone.