Verizon has officially released the LG VX9700 Dare.
This phone is set to compete with giants like Apple iPhone and Samsung Instinct and will be available through the carrier's website and TeleSales division for $199 after $50 rebate on a 2-year contract, $249 after $50 rebate on a 1-year contract, and $409 full retail.
In addition, for a limitted time Verizon is giving away 8GB microSDHC memory cards for those who order the phone online along with the $79 Nationwide Basic plan (1350 minutes) or $99 Nationwide Basic Unlimited plan.
LG Dare Features:
- 3" WQVGA touch-sensitive display;
- 3.2Mpix autofocus camera with flash with face detection technology;
- VGA video recording;
- Built-in photo and video editing capabilities;
- EVDO Rev A data;
- HTML Browser;
- 3.5mm headset jack;
- Updated media player with equalizer and Rhapsody support;
- Handwriting recognition;
- Drag and drop contacts;
- Bluetooth 2.1;
- microUSB connectivity;
- MicroSD slot (support for up to 8GB microSDHC cards);
- Size: 4.10"H x 2.20"W x 0.50"D;
- Weight: 3.76 oz.