Review: LG Intuition for Verizon Wireless
The LG Intuition is one of the biggest phones in the market. This widescreen behemoth is part smartphone, part tablet, and all sorts of awkward. Find out what Phone Scoop's intuition says about the Intuition.
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HOLY SHEEP $H!T
Got to play with the dummy mock up display recently, and it was impossible to hold with my hand and move around like the review says. I thought I was going to get a cramp.
The thing is ugly to look at too. At least the Note looks somewhat pleasing.
I'd like to sit down with the person who decides which LG products get developed....
I'll help you out LG....
1.) No more cheap exteriors. If you're trying to mimic more expensive materials, but still use cheap plastics, then just refrain from trying to mimic, and make it clear what you're trying to do. No more fake brushed aluminum.
2.) No more awkward shapes - test the phone among users and figure out which is preferred.
3.) Test your software - I'm under the impression that you don't, seeing as you have a track record for having some of the worst bugs.
4.) Use IPS more - this I like. In terms of screen size, give people a 3, 4 and 5 inch variety (Bigger is better to me, but not for a...