Review: LG Intuition for Verizon Wireless
The Intuition uses the stock Android 4.0 calling and contacts applications. From the home screen, press the phone icon and the dialer pops open with the usual options (dialer, call log, contacts, groups) available in tabs across the top. The Intuition offers haptic feedback when you dial numbers on the touch display. Call features include mute, speakerphone, add a line, and send to Bluetooth.
There are several home screen widgets for managing contacts. One is simply called "favorite contacts" and puts a handful of your favorites on the home screen in a fashion that makes them easy to reach. The other widget adds a social networking element to the equation, and lets you see all the recent Facebook, Twitter, etc. status updates posted by your friends on the home screen — as well as connect with them.
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The Intuition includes only the stock Android messaging applications. Gmail, email, Google+, Google+ Messenger, Google Talk, and the Ice Cream Sandwich SMS are all available and work as they do on other devices. These are good, time-tested applications for managing your messaging needs.
The stand-alone Twitter and Facebook applications are not pre-installed and must be downloaded if you wish to use them.
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