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Old September 15th, 2012, 07:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I see people complain about not having place for pen. I bought a 25 dollar belkin case and it holds the pen problem solved. This phone does everything plus more then I need. I love the pen and viewing webpageís and Netflix. The size with case is perfect for my pocket. I no longer use my Samsung tablet. Yes it is a large display and bigger than almost any phone but it is perfect to my ear when holding it. Blue tooth is also another option. I would not trade it for anything. 32 GB of built storage is perfect. I canít possibly get all the nice features I love about this phone without writing an essay. This is my first LG. I have had the following phones: Droid, Droid X, LG Spectrum (wife has it and I have used it), Droid Bionic with lap dock (My last phone). These are the phones I remember off top of my head but have had more. Samsung Galaxy Tab still own but will not be used as much now. Regardless of maker or brand this is the way to go if you want to avoid having phone and tablet to carry around. These types of phones are the all in one imo. This is where I think most consumers will be headed in the future. Donít over look this phone give it try and take it back within 14 days should you not like it for some reason. I highly recommend this phone for the all in one device. I had to go to 4 Verizon stores to get one I guess they thought it may not be a big sale. I canít make sense why anyone would not want an all in one device. I never give 5 stars but I will on this review because it truly is everything I have been waiting for.
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Old September 16th, 2012, 04:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I see people complain about not having place for pen. I bought a 25 dollar belkin case and it holds the pen problem solved. This phone does everything plus more then I need. I love the pen and viewing webpageís and Netflix. The size with case is perfect for my pocket. I no longer use my Samsung tablet. Yes it is a large display and bigger than almost any phone but it is perfect to my ear when holding it. Blue tooth is also another option. I would not trade it for anything. 32 GB of built storage is perfect. I canít possibly get all the nice features I love about this phone without writing an essay. This is my first LG. I have had the following phones: Droid, Droid X, LG Spectrum (wife has it and I have used it), Droid Bionic with lap dock (My last phone). These are the phones I remember off top of my head but have had more. Samsung Galaxy Tab still own but will not be used as much now. Regardless of maker or brand this is the way to go if you want to avoid having phone and tablet to carry around. These types of phones are the all in one imo. This is where I think most consumers will be headed in the future. Donít over look this phone give it try and take it back within 14 days should you not like it for some reason. I highly recommend this phone for the all in one device. I had to go to 4 Verizon stores to get one I guess they thought it may not be a big sale. I canít make sense why anyone would not want an all in one device. I never give 5 stars but I will on this review because it truly is everything I have been waiting for.
I saw it last night at the Verizon store...thought it looked odd. Was too square for a phone, IMO.
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Old September 17th, 2012, 09:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I saw it tonight at the verizon store. It felt way too wide. Perhaps it would fit in my shorts pocket, but once it get cold enough for jeans I very much doubt it would fit in any of those pockets.

Aside from that I personally hate the 4:3 aspect ratio. Everything is done in 16:9 now, and so that resolution makes more sense. The Galaxy Note II has better specs and is 10mm less wide. I think it may also be too big as a phone, though would like to see it in person when it comes out. The Intuition definitely doesn't seem like it would work for me as anything more than a mini tablet that wouldn't fit in my pockets though.
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I see people complain about not having place for pen. I bought a 25 dollar belkin case and it holds the pen problem solved.
Where did you get the case from? I just bought this phone and it's great, but I still think the Note II is better. I got mine from bestbuy, do you know how long before I can return?

If not, I might call tomorrow and find out.
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The LG Intuition is Verizon's version of the LG Optimus Vu. As such, it features a 5-inch display with a very unique 4:3 aspect ratio (much like the iPad's). Definitely a Galaxy Note competitor of sorts for those that like large displays.&n... Read More



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