Verizon Wireless has launched two of their most anticipated handsets in the LG Decoy and Dare.
The LG Dare features a 3 inch QVGA touchscreen display with haptic feedback virtual QWERTY keyboard, handwriting recognition, and stylus support, EVDO Rev. A data access, 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, video recorder, and flash, microSDHC expansion slot, speakerphone, VCAST Music and Video, VZ Navigator support, and an HTML browser.
It also includes Bluetooth with stereo audio support, accelerometer control for automatic screen orientation, 120 fps slow motion VGA video recording, proximity and light sensors, 3D accelerated graphics, muiltitasking support, and a visual music management application similar to CoverFlow from Apple.
The LG Decoy features a built-in Bluetooth headset, QVGA display, trackball navigation, microSDHC expansion slot, speakerphone, Bluetooth with stereo audio support, media player, and a 2.0 megapixel camera with video recorder.
The LG Dare is now available for $199 after new 2 year agreement and $50 instant online discount while the Decoy is on sale for $179.99 after the aforementioned terms. Both phones are expected to be available next month in all retail sales channels.