It seems like more touchscreen phones are being developed by companies each day than the number of people who really care about global warming. I guess it only goes to show what people really view as important in their lives. In any case, LG is still busy developing its own touch technology for phones, and the latest device in its roster has been uncovered: the LG VX9700 Dare.
The LG VX9700 Dare (or LG Dare) will feature a wide touchscreen QVGA display, 3.2 megapixel camera, 3.5mm headphone port and microSDHC card support. Yup, it looks like another iPhone knock-off, doesn’t it?
But let’s not jump to conclusions here, since LG is producing the Dare for Verizon after all, and could have a few nifty tricks waiting to get released from up its sleeve. Maybe they’ve got some kind of awesome wireless feature or offer in store, you never know.
What we do know, though, is that this new LG touchscreen could be launched in July (in time for the real 3G iPhone?), according to rumors. we expect Samsung to come up with yet another touchscreen phone to match this one very soon.
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