Review: LG Intuition for Verizon Wireless
The LG Intuition offers an uneven experience that makes it hard to recommend. It is not a device that I would want to use day in and day out. It is simply too large. The wide design makes it too awkward to carry around and interact with. The buttons are hard to reach with one hand, it's uncomfortable to stick in your pocket, and it made me the laughing stock at my local watering hole. However, if you're comfortable with constantly using both hands to operate your smartphone, then by all means give the LG Intuition a chance.
When it comes to basic and essential performance items, the Intuition charts a bumpy course. It connects to Verizon's network with no problem, but voice calls just don't sound that good and battery life is a bummer at less than a day.
As a media device, though, the Intuition is excellent. Content availability is not a problem, the screen is great for watching movies, the camera works really well, and browsing the web is a joy with the extra width for web pages.
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I could only recommend the LG Intuition to those who absolutely do not want both a tablet and a smartphone and are seeking something that falls in between. Even then, I strongly suggest you go to a Verizon Wireless store and use this device before purchasing it.
The LG Intuition may seem an intuitive choice to some; sadly, "counter-intuitive" is a more apt description.
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