The LG VX9700 (or “LG Dare“) is a CDMA touch screen cell phone made by LG. The phone features touch screen navigation, a 3.2 megapixel camera with face recognition and many photo enhancing tools, a camcorder, customizable shortcut menus, handwriting recognition, and a multitask music player. The LG Dare is the third phone to have Rev. A technology – after the Sprint Mogul and Touch. This high-end, thin CDMA phone is dominated by a large finger-touch display. One standout feature is the 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera with face detection and VGA-resolution video capture up to 120 fps, for high-quality slow-motion shots. Other key features include EVDO Rev A data, stereo Bluetooth, memory card slot, and GPS navigation. The TFT screen has a resolution of 240×400 pixels and can display 262,144 colors. When waiting for input, the phone displays its Standby screen or turns off the screen and disables the touchscreen. When charging, the phone can display a slideshow, a “desk clock”, a calendar, or nothing. The phone has a 3.5mm stereo jack for headphones, and a microUSB connector for syncing with a PC and charging. The LG Dare has a 3.2 megapixel camera with a Schneider-Kreuznach autofocus lens and an LED flash. Some features of the camera include 5 different resolutions, five white balance presets, five color effects, four ISO settings (Auto ISO, ISO 100, ISO 200, and ISO 400), digital zoom (not available on highest resolution) and six preset scenes. Other options include multishot, shutter sounds (three of them), auto focus, self timer, and four different shot types (Normal, Panorama, Split and Frame). An innovative feature called SmartPic offers face detection and enhances images with face color compensation.