The LG Dare by Verizon is CNet’s most popular gadget, number 1 baby! The iPhone was set back to the number 2 position. I tell you, when I heard this on CNet’s top 5 podcast, I couldn’t believe it. But yes… good ‘ol iPhone has taken the #2 slot. At least for this week.
The LG Dare has an intuitive touch-screen interface, an advanced 3.2-megapixel camera. Now this is something the iPhone doesn’t have! And I think this is why it has nudged it’s nose past the tape to win the favorites race. It sports a full HTML browser, EV-DO Rev. A, and plenty of other powerful features. It also has excellent call quality.
Let me give you a few snippets of CNet’s review, and you can view the full review right here:
The appropriately named LG Dare presents a few tricks we haven’t seen before in the touch-screen phone genre. For example, you can drag and drop icons to make your own customized shortcuts on the home screen, or you can use a drawing pad to sketch ideas or draw a map, which can then be sent via MMS to a friend. The Dare also has one of the most advanced cameras we’ve seen on a touch-screen phone–its 3.2-megapixel camera has settings like face detection, noise reduction, panorama photo stitching, and a SmartPic technology designed for taking photos in low light.